Examples of dome in a Sentence
the dome of the Capitol building
The team's new stadium is a dome.
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Built in 1961 with funding from the Eisenhower Mathematics and Science Education Act, the white dome that houses the planetarium originally was a stand-alone structure on the SAC campus.
The Manning Award dignitaries rode into the dome in cars.
And at night, the rear dome light’s yellowish incandescent glow clashes with the cool white LEDs used up front.
Fergus, Ian, and Ian’s enormous dome of a forehead sit down for a pint.
Some of the area’s lava flows also cover some of the gates, meaning the structures are older than some of the lava domes in the area.
There's no deep-dish pizza, no meat loaf, no hotdish, no sweet corn on the cob, no pie under a plastic dome.
The storm tore apart the dome of the auditorium where performances are held.
For most people, spending a year with five strangers in a small dome two-thirds of the way up a Hawaiian volcano wouldn’t be especially appealing.
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