And what the heck did Rust see in the domed "Carcosa" throne room before Childress leapt from the shadows and stabbed him?
Blue mesas poke above the distant horizon line, and a domed courthouse grows larger as you near Marfa.
Inside, a massive, domed nave offers individual air conditioning vents for all 7,000 chairs.
The domed mosques stand on every hand, monuments to the teachings of Mohammed.
A domed room of the most shining alabaster could not be more beautiful.
The domed bat is made quite damp and upon it should be marked the diameter of the cylinder to be built.
There were domed tombs of saints, glittering like snow-palaces in the sun.
It is a vast building over four hundred and fifty feet long, preceded by two domed towers.
It was a domed city in the polar regions, where nobody ever had to go outdoors.
It was small and circular in shape, the domed roof being supported on columns which surrounded the inner wall.
"round, vaulted roof," 1650s, from French dome (16c.), from Provençal doma, from Greek doma "house, housetop" (especially a style of roof from the east), related to domos "house" (see domestic).
In the Middle Ages, German dom and Italian duomo were used for "cathedral" (on the notion of "God's house"), so English began to use this word in the sense "cupola," an architectural feature characteristic of Italian cathedrals. Used in U.S. also with reference to round summits of mountains.
The head: But when the messenger's got a gat pointed at your dome, what are you gonna do? (1880s+)