Examples of dome in a Sentence
the dome of the Capitol building
The team's new stadium is a dome.
Recent Examples of dome from the Web
Everything—the data center, its geodesic domes and the snowy landscape surrounding them—drips with exquisite shades of pink, purple and gold.
With its glistening dome and twin minarets topped with golden baubles, the mosque of the mayor’s clan appeared to be winning so far.
Naturalist John Muir likened the Hetchy Hetchy area, with its granite domes and towering waterfalls high above the Tuolumne River, to Yosemite Valley.
And D’Alessandro is part of a team using muons to probe inside the walls of the dome of Florence’s fifteenth-century cathedral, which has developed cracks.
Overhead, a stained glass dome with LED theatrical lighting mimics the sun’s cycle from morning to night.
The focal point of this 24-acre historic property, meant to emulate the National Park Bank of New York, is its 85-foot free-standing dome.
It's used for all-weather surveillance, command, control, and communications thanks to its futuristic rotating radar dome.
The facility has two large buildings, each kept under reverse pressure and covered by a Kevlar dome that allows radar waves to pass through.
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Origin and Etymology of dome
DOME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dome for English Language Learners
: a large rounded roof or ceiling that is shaped like half of a ball
: a structure that looks like the dome of a building
: a stadium that is covered by a roof
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