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
Kirsten Clark/Courier-Journal/USA TODAY Network Under the dome of Kentucky’s Capitol Rotunda, Alex Young unfolded his notes and stepped to the podium.
The dome of high pressure is expected to weaken and move to the east over the weekend.
As the sun sets over Kigali, the dome of a new convention centre lights up.
Along the way, viewers might see anything from geodesic domes to disappearing sand castles to human zoo satellites.
This sinkhole in Daisetta, TX, was formed in 2008 when a salt dome beneath the area collapsed after a company began drilling the area.
The jewel of the Royal Palace is the Palatine Chapel built in Byzantine style with lavish golden mosaics of saints, Arabic patterns and a wooden muqarnas-style ceiling — a type of ornamented vaulting often associated with Islamic domes.
In the video, the Arkansas Capitol dome can be seen lit against the night sky as the Dodge Dart accelerates … ‘
The mosque’s arches and domes were shattered chunks of stone.
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Origin and Etymology of dome
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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
Definition of dome for Students
- An igloo is a dome of ice.
medical Definition of dome
- the spike and dome pattern characteristic of absence seizures
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