having knowledge or skills that are broad and deep
imitative of T shape
The sun glared pitilessly in through the great windows of the big t-shaped room, till the temperature was that of a greenhouse.
Some of these window slits were cross-shaped, some t-shaped.
It has one complete story topped by a steep gabled roof with dormers and with two t-shaped chimneys.
The pieces of t-shaped copper said to have been used as money, are diminutive forms of this same tool.
He waded in, grasped it by a t-shaped projection in the middle, and headed it toward the shore.
Through the wicker-work of the raised side or back a strong t-shaped twig is fixed, one end of which rests on the finger.
The cleat is a t-shaped mass of metal employed for the fastening of ropes.
No hylid genus is edentate, and none has either t-shaped terminal phalanges or the unusual dorsal spinules.
The earliest of these t-shaped buildings thus far recorded was the York County courthouse, completed in 1733.
Iron strap with rectangular t-shaped terminal at one end and pierced by a 7/8 in.