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
In downtown Seattle, Amazon's new office features three glass-and-steel domes, dubbed the Spheres, that cover a cloud forest of more than 40,000 plants.
Shadow box and glass dome displays, as well as single flower ornaments, are available to display your flowers for years of enjoyment.
Now, people will get to choose from another four categories: vacation homes, unique spaces (or unconventional homes like domes, igloos, and tree-houses), bed and breakfasts, and boutique homes.
The park itself is a dinosaur, a swampy, soulless mess of a dome built just before Camden Yards kicked off a revolution in ballpark design.
Now, according to the NCAA, there’s a golden dome–shaped void in the story of that year in college football.
Central to them all is a distant perspective of the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica, designed in 1547 by Michelangelo: a sublime vision.
The dome of the Capitol rises like a reminder of something over the Supreme Court.
The giant white dome that once housed the famed Spruce Goose aircraft but now serves as a cruise terminal is reopening Saturday.
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Origin and Etymology of dome
First Known Use: 1513See Words from the same year
First Known Use 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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