There was a futile attempt to block the kick, but the spheroid sailed over the bar.
Indignantly he had taken his calculations, his blue prints of the spheroid, along with him.
Similarly, the dielectric constants of a non-conducting crystal may be expressed by a sphere, spheroid or ellipsoid.
The spheroid went to the side, sailing low, and out of bounds.
Considering that the world was a spheroid, thought Dolly, it was a very crooked stick of a world, after all.
The earth is a spheroid, and hence it pulls and is pulled by the moon with a slightly uncentric attraction.
He thus obtained a spheroid, the capacity of which amounted, in round numbers, to ninety thousand cubic feet.
Surrounding these tubules are groups of spheroid or slightly ovoid spores from five to four millimeters in diameter.
And while the density of the spheroid continues small, fluid friction will scarcely at all change these differences.
The head is spheroid, about the size of that of an ordinary pin, and smaller than that of the beef tape-worm.
spheroid spher·oid (sfēr'oid', sfěr'-) or sphe·roi·dal (sfĭ-roid'l)
Having a generally spherical shape.