|cylindrical and bulging||torose; torous|
|(British) cylindrical pipe or deflector made of metal or earthenware attached to the top of a chimney, pipe on top of chimney||chimney pot|
|(Zoology) study of nematodes, study of the class of cylindrical worms||nematology|
|act of protruding, quality of bulging or protruding; projection, act of causing to bulge outward; protuberance, something that sticks out, something that protrudes||protrusion|
|agog, with bulging eyes||bug-eyed|
|ament, furry flower cluster, long cylindrical cluster of small flowers without petals (found in willows, birches, and oaks, also called ament)||catkin|
|amount held by barrel, barrelful, cylindrical part, drum, cask; tube of a gun; round container, large cask, move at high speed (Slang), travel fast, tubelike part of a gun, unit of volume in brewing industry, unit of volume in oil industry||barrel|
|ancient cylindrical clay object, chamber for piston, cylinder seal, geometric solid, geometric surface, long thin container, rotating part of printing press, rotating part of revolver, tube shape, tube-shaped figure; physical storage unit in a hard dri...||cylinder|
|ancient cylindrical seal, cylinder||cylinder seal|
|angle that points outward; narrow piece of land that projects outward from the surrounding surface (Geology), jumping, noticeable or striking, projecting, projecting outward, projecting part of defensive alignment, prominent, conspicuous; bulging outwa...||salient|
|any vertical passageway; slender body of an arrow or spear; pole, rod; beam, ray; slender handle; column, long cylindrical pillar; long revolving bar used to transfer motion or torque to gears or other parts (Machinery), body of column, body of penis, ...||shaft|
|appetite, bulge, bulging part, desire or persistence, front of body around stomach, front part, stomach; venter, abdomen, inflate, fill; become inflated; protrude, stand out, interior cavity, middle part of body, upper surface of stringed instrument||belly|
|at or as the middle, of a class of diatoms, of or from nerve center, see also:terete, tapering and cylindrical, with concentric layers of tissue||centric; centrical|
|baffle somebody, base of a tree, campaign, cut down to a stump, truncate; remove tree stumps; challenge, dare; perplex, confound; make a political campaign speech; stub, strike the end of something against a hard surface, cylindrical implement used in ...||stump|
|ball that swerves (Cricket), protruding, sticking out, bulging||googly|
|basket, bucket seat, bucketful, carry or put something in bucket, cylindrical container, food container, large quantity, machine part, move fast, pail, container for holding liquid; basket (Basketball Slang); scoop of a steam shovel; amount of material...||bucket|
|bay, bulging belly, protruding window||bay window|
|bear, drill a hole; advance, progress; cause boredom, make weary, eagre, hole; diameter, caliber; cylindrical hollow (gun barrel, etc.); surge of water, make hole in something, make somebody uninterested, penetrate, size of pipe, something that bores, ...||bore|
|beginning; establishing, bulging, protruding; of or pertaining to the beginning of an event||starting|
|body of wind instrument, boob tube, cathode ray tube in TV, channel in plant, collapsible container with cap, cylinder for transporting or storing liquids, cylindrical body organ, enclose something in tube, fit something with tube, flower part, hollow ...||tube|
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