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Synonyms for globe

Synonyms for globe

a sphere on which a map (especially of the earth) is represented

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In July 1610, Galileo observed globelike appendages on either side of the planet Saturn and believed them to be other planets (they were the rings, unresolved).
Family members had also hoped to project scenes of the comedian's movies on a globelike architectural feature on the exterior of the office building.
Sometimes a tree is so pruned to induce a globelike mass of foliage.
Repetition of curves, seen in the round forms of the small grapes, larger globelike apples, and the oval of the basket establishes rhythmic motion through the composition.
When I opened my eyes in a great fright - because of the long arm I must have grown and wanted to pull my hand back - I was looking straight into one of the bird's globelike eyes.