The fruit is a prickly, egg-shaped capsule which contains the seeds.
They are egg-shaped, about an inch in diameter, and furnish the germs or ovules.
egg-shaped; having an outline like that of an egg, with the broader end downward.
The capsule is egg-shaped and pointed, the seeds black and angled.
At the back end of a badly lighted store a circle of white men and boys had formed around an old-fashioned, egg-shaped stove.
The winter buds are ½ inch long, egg-shaped, polished, and light brown.
The flowers are developed on the top of the stem, generally two or three together, egg-shaped and scaly when in bud, 2½ in.
The submarine boat was actually made in 1775; it was egg-shaped in form, and held one man.
Looking along the beach, he selected a big, egg-shaped stone and brought it back to the chest.
The pilot carries a lantern, which in the egg-shaped yawl dances on the white wave crests up and down like a fire-fly.