In estivo-autumnal fever usually only the small "ring bodies" and the crescentic and ovoid gametes are seen in the blood.
There were the odd, ovoid figures of the aviators in their silken overalls.
Sporangia globose or ovoid to ellipsoid or oblong, erect or sometimes inclined or even nodding.
However, Nazu pointed to the ovoid and showed his willingness to help the strangers.
The fruit of the Malakabuyaw is ovoid and full of a mucilaginous pulp, aromatic and acid, the same as that of the Bael.
Mingling with the barbarians unsuspected, he might get possession of the ovoid.
The spores are ovoid, and have a crenated pellucid wing-like margin.
Its seeds are ovoid, very smooth, encircled by a narrow wing.
Spines branching from a short stalk; nuts solitary, ovoid, pointed, with dark-brown polished shell.
The spores are ovoid, and have a minutely verrucose or warty surface.
ovoid o·void (ō'void') or o·voi·dal (ō-void'l)
Something that is shaped like an egg. adj.
Shaped like an egg; oviform.