- Also dom·ic [doh-mik, dom-ik] /ˈdoʊ mɪk, ˈdɒm ɪk/ .
- dom·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use domical in a sentence
The vaults are all slightly domical in section; the diagonal ribs generally semi-circular, as also are the wall-ribs.Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain | George Edmund Street
In both cases the vaulting is very domical, and the joints of the stone filling-in of the cells are vertical.Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain | George Edmund Street
The vault sections of the side aisles, however, remained domical, as originally built.
The French term bomb is more exact than such expressions as domical and domed.
Three huge so-called domical vaults, truly Gothic in construction, span the sixty-foot unaisled nave of St. Maurice.