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globose definition

  • adjective:
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular type.
    • Having a rounded kind resembling that a globe; globular, or almost therefore; spherical.
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular form.
    • Having a rounded form resembling that a globe; globular, or nearly so; spherical.
    • getting the form of a sphere or basketball
    • getting the form of a sphere or basketball
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular form.
    • Having a rounded kind resembling that a globe; globular, or nearly so; spherical.
    • having the shape of a sphere or basketball
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular kind.
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular form.
    • Having a rounded form resembling that a globe; globular, or almost therefore; spherical.
    • obtaining the model of a sphere or baseball
    • Having a rounded form resembling that of a globe; globular, or almost therefore; spherical.
    • getting the shape of a sphere or basketball
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular form.
    • Having a rounded kind resembling that of a globe; globular, or nearly therefore; spherical.
    • having the shape of a sphere or baseball
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular type.
    • Having a rounded type resembling that of a globe; globular, or nearly so; spherical.
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having the shape of a sphere or basketball
    • having a globular type.
    • Having a rounded form resembling compared to a globe; globular, or nearly so; spherical.
    • Spherical; globular.
    • Spherical; globular.
    • Spherical; globular.
    • Spherical; globular.
    • having a globular type.
    • having a globular form.
    • Having a rounded form resembling compared to a globe; globular, or almost so; spherical.
    • Having a rounded type resembling that of a globe; globular, or almost therefore; spherical.
    • having a globular kind.
    • getting the shape of a sphere or ball
    • Having a rounded type resembling that a globe; globular, or nearly so; spherical.
    • obtaining the model of a sphere or basketball
    • having the shape of a sphere or basketball
    • having the model of a sphere or baseball
    • having a globular kind.
    • Having a rounded type resembling compared to a globe; globular, or almost therefore; spherical.
    • getting the shape of a sphere or basketball
  • others:
    • Like or resembling a globe; circular or spherical in type; especially, in keeping usage, nearly however rather spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: curved and extremely prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partly buried on it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose component: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; round or spherical in kind; specifically, in accordance usage, almost not quite spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: curved and extremely prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partly buried inside it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; circular or spherical in type; specifically, in common use, nearly however quite spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: Rounded and extremely prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partially hidden inside: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; circular or spherical in kind; specifically, in accordance usage, nearly not quite spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: curved and incredibly prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partially hidden in it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; circular or spherical in type; especially, in accordance use, almost however quite spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: curved and very prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partly hidden in it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose component: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; round or spherical in type; particularly, in accordance use, almost not rather spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: Rounded and very prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partially buried in it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; round or spherical in form; particularly, in keeping usage, almost but not rather spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: Rounded and incredibly prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partially buried with it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; circular or spherical in form; especially, in keeping use, nearly not rather spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: Rounded and very prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partially hidden with it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; round or spherical in form; specifically, in accordance usage, almost however quite spherical or globular.
    • Like or resembling a globe; circular or spherical in form; specifically, in accordance use, nearly not rather spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: Rounded and very prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partially buried in it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Like or resembling a globe; round or spherical in form; particularly, in common usage, almost however rather spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: curved and extremely prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partly buried on it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Having a globose component: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • In zoology: curved and very prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partly buried inside it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
    • Like or resembling a globe; circular or spherical in form; specifically, in common use, almost but not very spherical or globular.
    • In zoology: curved and incredibly prominent; projecting from a surface like a sphere partially hidden inside it: as, globose eyes, coxæ, etc.
    • Having a globose part: as, the globose curassow, Crax globicera.
  • noun:
    • A globe.
    • A globe.
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    • A globe.
    • A globe.
    • A globe.
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    • A globe.
    • A globe.
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