Origin of lenticular
OTHER WORDS FROM lenticularlen·tic·u·lar·ly, adverbpost·len·tic·u·lar, adjectivesub·len·tic·u·lar, adjective
Words nearby lenticular
How to use lenticular in a sentence
There they beheld a thick glass lenticular covering, which protected a kind of large eye, from which flashed forth light.The Secret of the Island|W.H.G. Kingston (translation from Jules Verne)
The lenticular masses through almost the whole mound showed that the earth had been carried in skins or small baskets.
For deep streams the meter A is suspended by a wire with a heavy lenticular weight below (fig. 144).
It is a reniform limestone, which occurs distributed in single nodules or rather lenticular cakes, in beds of clay.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Instead of rudely breaking, the ice would be compelled to change by insensible degrees from the spherical to the lenticular form.Hours of Exercise in the Alps|John Tyndall