- having the form of a sphere; globular.
- formed in or on a sphere, as a figure.
- of or relating to a sphere or spheres.
- pertaining to the heavenly bodies, or to their supposed revolving spheres or shells.
- pertaining to the heavenly bodies regarded astrologically as exerting influence on humankind and events.
Origin of spherical
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Examples from the Web for spheric
Stick to the shop, Mark, to itrochoidal paths and spheric sectors.Mark Gildersleeve
John S. Sauzade
Yeast-cells are smooth, colorless, highly refractive, spheric or ovoid cells.
They are spheric or ovoid, yellow in color, and have a thick, radially striated shell (Fig. 101).
They split and coalesced into other creatures, and to the drummings of spheric harmonies resolved themselves scaly and monstrous.Visionaries
- shaped like a sphere
- of or relating to a spherespherical geometry
- geometry formed on the surface of or inside a spherea spherical triangle
- of or relating to heavenly bodies
- of or relating to the spheres of the Ptolemaic or the Copernican system
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Word Origin and History for spheric
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Having the shape of or approximating a sphere; globular.
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- A radio emission from a stroke of lightning.
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