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
Slotin began slowly lowering the dome, using the screwdriver gingerly to control the opening.
Someone will walk into the dome as a relatively unknown college kid, and emerge from it as a Final Four legend.
Manley told reporters at the automaker’s Auburn Hills, Michigan, design dome, where the company was showing off concept vehicles to take to the annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.
The 3-mile roundtrip hike to Teutonia Peak, a rocky outcropping atop the dome, is one of the preserve’s best.
The clockwise flow around this heat dome is circulating abnormally warm air up the entire Eastern Seaboard.
The metal scaffolds that workers used to apply mud paste to the minarets are too heavy and rigid to assemble around the dome, so a type of bamboo scaffolding, which was used for conservation work in the 1940s, is being considered instead.
Steyer said during a news conference within view of the Capitol dome.
The dome-like LNG tankers heading out from Louisiana and Texas are creating a market that can flexibly and cheaply deliver gas where it is needed.
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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
DOME Defined for Kids
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