"We will go for a walk to-day," said the oblate, rubbing his hands.
"Such, in few words, is the history of the convent," said the oblate.
In the West it is more flattened than in Ohio, becoming in large specimens almost a flat or oblate apple.
"That means they are going to kill him soon," said the oblate.
Fruit, above medium size, about two inches and a half high, and about three inches broad; oblate.
For any other figure, such as an oblate spheroid, this is not exactly true.
A medium sized dessert fruit, of second rate quality; it is of an oblate shape, russety-red color, and is ripe in August.
Newton proved that this was due to the fact that the earth is an oblate spheroid.
Fruit medium, oblate; Skin pale yellow, with a few brown dots.
Fruit, medium sized; oblate, regularly and handsomely shaped.
"person devoted to religious work," 1756, from Medieval Latin oblatus, noun use of Latin oblatus, variant past participle of offerre "to offer, to bring before," from ob- (see ob-) + latus "carried, borne" (used as suppletive past participle of ferre "to bear"), from *tlatos, from PIE root *tel-, *tol- "to bear, carry" (see extol).