thimble-shaped


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shaped in the form of a thimble

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Thimble-shaped hydrozoans have a velum, a sort of muscular shelf at the inner edge of the bell, that boosts propulsive power by providing a stiff collar through which to blast the water.
Worn tucked into your bra day and night, the Niplette painlessly sucks your nipple out into a small, thimble-shaped cup.
Digitalis purpurea is a plant whose profusion of spikes and thimble-shaped, multi-colored blossoms delight many a gardener.
ATHE culprit is most likely to be female leaf cutter bees, which use the pieces of leaf to make thimble-shaped cells in their nests.
The wild species, Digitalis purpurea, a hardy biennial, is grown for its long spires of thimble-shaped bells in shades of white to rose-purple in early to mid-summer, often with a darker spotting within the flower.
The wild species, Digitalis purpurea, a hardy biennial, is grown for its long spires of thimble-shaped bells in shades of white to rose- purple in early to mid- summer, often with a darker spotting within the flower.
At the centre of each flower, the stamen are packed into a thimble-shaped cone and when fully ripe give the appearance of a golden ruffed beehive.
The new geocomposite drainage product consists of high-impact polystyrene membrane 39 mil thick with thimble-shaped dimples, thermally fused during manufacturing to a high-strength polyester filter fabric.