An oblong bomb-hole marked the back wall, and windows were empty of their glass.
Or, maybe a satellite in an oblong orbit around earth—the closer it gets, the faster it flies.
Sepals and petals spreading, oblong; the latter rather narrower.
It is covered with a thin skin, and has an oblong core four inches long.
Tail flat, oblong, obtuse, with a reticulated naked surface.
"Ten minutes to twelve," said Kennedy, placing the oblong box on the table.
The oblong white ceiling, with this scarlet blot in the midst, had the appearance of a gigantic ace of hearts.
On one side, ranged along the wall, was an oblong table which was bare.
In 1818 Captain Ross completed the circumnavigation of this oblong bay.
The tree is valued for its fruit, which is oblong to pyriform in shape, 2-5 in.