[sfeer-uh l]


of or relating to a sphere.
symmetrical; perfect in form.

Origin of spheral

From the Late Latin word sphaerālis, dating back to 1565–75. See sphere, -al1
Related formssphe·ral·i·ty [sfi-ral-i-tee] /sfɪˈræl ɪ ti/, nounin·ter·spher·al, adjectivenon·spher·al, adjective
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Examples from the Web for spheral

Historical Examples of spheral

  • All individual differences are due to the spheral impressions.

  • The voice of the Spirit, like spheral music, flows out of the darkness.

  • The ancients had their spheral melodies, but have not we ours, which only want a sense sufficiently refined to hear them?

  • I could not conscientiously lead you to the altar, even a spheral altar, if I were not prepared to pay house rent and coal bills.

    Sunny Slopes

    Ethel Hueston

  • That was to be filled with spheral music which lay under lock and bolt deep within his nature.

    Rest Harrow

    Maurice Hewlett

British Dictionary definitions for spheral



of or shaped like a sphere; spherical
perfectly rounded; symmetrical
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