- globe-shaped; spherical.
- composed of or having globules.
- worldwide; global.
Origin of globular
Related Words for globularannular, arced, arched, arciform, bent, bowed, circular, curved, curvilinear, cylindrical, egg-shaped, elliptical, globoid, looped, oval, rotund, bulbous, coiled, discoid, domical
Examples from the Web for globular
Historical Examples of globular
It was as though the surface of this substance were globular.Lords of the Stratosphere
Arthur J. Burks
But so hypnotic quasi-reasons: that globular lumps of sandstone are common.The Book of the Damned
Modioliform: globular, truncated at both ends; like the hub of a wheel.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
The globular shape, unharmed, dwindled in the distance behind us.
It was a globular room, a hundred and fifty feet or more in diameter.
- shaped like a globe or globule
- having or consisting of globules
Word Origin and History for globular
1650s, from French globulaire, from Latin globus (see globe).