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Having the shape of a letter V, tapering to a point.‘look on the head for a white V-shaped marking’
branching, branched, diverging, y-shaped, v-shaped, pronged, divided, split, separatedView synonyms
- ‘Electrical, lighting and sprinkler services are accommodated in V-shaped steel conduits hung down the centre of the vaults.’
- ‘When the cotton plants are young, V-shaped blades keep weeds at bay.’
- ‘She was wrecked on Fair Isle, between Orkney and Shetland, where she broke up in a V-shaped cleft, depositing her contents in a deep gully.’
- ‘The outer defences comprise only a V-shaped ditch across the headland.’
- ‘Dig a V-shaped trench in some out-of-the-way spot in your garden.’
- ‘The cutting tool often used is the V-shaped knife.’
- ‘True to its name, the neck of this sweater is v-shaped.’
- ‘It was obvious the moment we saw it - a V-shaped fissure with a 300-foot waterfall crashing onto boulders.’
- ‘It was attached to the patient's wrist using a needle with a V-shaped connection.’
- ‘I was wearing a red dress, right down to my ankles, flaring slightly at the knees, with the V-shaped neckline going down quite a bit.’
- ‘Most initial analyses of the tsunami expect there to be a similar v-shaped pattern this time.’
- ‘Ben uses a horse and a two-handled, V-shaped, walk-behind plow for turning the soil.’
- ‘One glance at that dramatic V-shaped radiator grille is enough to tell you that this is an Alfa Romeo.’
- ‘Temporarily store plants in a V-shaped trench mounded with soil.’
- ‘You survey the weight room and notice a gal doing pressdowns with some funky V-shaped bar.’
- ‘The car spun and landed in a V-shaped ditch, which held the doors shut.’
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