I had seen pictures before of the Temple, with its conical towers set on top of a mountain.
But Amy has scant hope Madonna will send her conical brassieres to her shop for cleaning and repair.
The conical cairn must have been in use in Scotland during a longer period than any other sepulchral memorial.
The roof, conical in shape, was supported by six masonry pillars.
Horn small, conical, sometimes (as in the figured specimen) rudimentary.
It differs from G. hygrometricus by its even, conical mouth.
A "cairn" is a heap of stones thrown together in a conical form to mark the grave, or in memory, of a person.
The driver in his conical cape and tarpaulin hat, streamed with water.
The Stoics say that the figure of the world is spherical, others that it is conical, others oval.
Above this embankment, the conical peak rose 7,000 feet high.
conical con·i·cal (kŏn'ĭ-kəl) or con·ic (-ĭk)
Of, relating to, or shaped like a cone.