Two days later, a delivery man brings a large, cylindrical package to my door.
No pylons, no chemical-poisoned swamps, no cylindrical gas tanks.
The triangular shape characteristic of the normal outdoor cucumber has been lost, and the cylindrical outline almost perfected.
The case itself is cylindrical, and rounded alike at each end.
The cheeses are cylindrical, ten inches in diameter and six inches high.
Metal forms can be used to good advantage for cylindrical columns.
The forms of cancer which occur primarily in the stomach are scirrhous, medullary, colloid, and cylindrical epithelial cancer.
The base is a cylindrical stone, about five feet in diameter and two feet high.
Thorax campanulate, half as long as the cylindrical abdomen.
The latter is cylindrical, slightly curved and rounded at both ends.
cylindrical cyl·in·dri·cal (sə-lĭn'drĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or having the shape of a cylinder, especially of a circular cylinder.