Related formspy·ram·i·dal·ly, adverbpost·py·ram·i·dal, adjectivesub·py·ram·i·dal, adjective
Examples from the Web for pyramidal
The impression is that of the right foot, and is covered with a maradop, a pyramidal canopy supported by gilded pilasters.Roman Mosaics|Hugh Macmillan
They were pyramidal in shape, and built in stages which grew smaller as the summit was reached.The Mythologies of Ancient Mexico and Peru|Lewis Spence
Shell slender, pyramidal, with six strong radial ribs, which are connected by twelve to sixteen complete horizontal rings.
Tree Box, generally trimmed in standard or pyramidal form and very slow-growing.A Woman's Hardy Garden|Helena Rutherfurd Ely
They are contained in a pyramidal upright cupboard, richly ornamented with small pieces of mother-of-pearl.