Origin of cylindrical
Related formscy·lin·dri·cal·i·ty, cy·lin·dri·cal·ness, nouncy·lin·dri·cal·ly, adverbsub·cy·lin·dric, adjectivesub·cy·lin·dri·cal, adjective
Examples from the Web for cylindrical
Two days later, a delivery man brings a large, cylindrical package to my door.
No pylons, no chemical-poisoned swamps, no cylindrical gas tanks.
The flat but narrow leaves of Jonquils, Daffodils, and the cylindrical leaf of Onions are other instances.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
Cylindrical, medium to large, with very thin shell and full kernel of fine quality.The Pecan and its Culture|H. Harold Hume
Through these holes the gas issues in a series of jets, which immediately coalesce to form one cylindrical sheet of flame.Gas Burners|Owen Merriman
It is cylindrical when lengthened, and more or less rounded in its breadth, as in Lithodomus (fig. 161 in the plates).A Conchological Manual|George Brettingham Sowerby
The nuclei at the base of these cylindrical cells are not all alike.The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell