One of them(more brutal than his fellows, and the most notorious gormandizer in the crew) said such a cruel and wicked thing, that I wonder the mere thought did not turn him into a wild beast, in shape
, as he already was in his nature.
it is nearly circular - and it is hung so that a reflection of the person can be obtained from it in none of the ordinary sitting-places of the room.
But, in some Compositous plants, the seeds also differ in shape
and sculpture; and even the ovary itself, with its accessory parts, differs, as has been described by Cassini.
So spake the grieslie terrour, and in shape
, So speaking and so threatning, grew ten fold More dreadful and deform: on th' other side Incenc't with indignation SATAN stood Unterrifi'd, and like a Comet burn'd, That fires the length of OPHIUCUS huge In th' Artick Sky, and from his horrid hair Shakes Pestilence and Warr.
A broad shaft of morning light poured through the open doorway in the ceiling of the room which was about thirty feet square, or roughly square, being irregular in shape
, one side curving outward, another being indented by what might have been the corner of another building jutting into it, another alcoved by three sides of an octagon, while the fourth was serpentine in contour.
The body and the legs were as symmetrically human as Nature could have fashioned them, and the feet, too, were human in shape
, but of monstrous proportions.
It was of white marble, in shape
something like a winged sphinx, but the wings, instead of being carried vertically at the sides, were spread so that it seemed to hover.
The actuator arm features an aerodynamics-dictated change in shape
, not only helping flying height but helping control operating shock characteristics as well.
The glands also make the head roughly triangular in shape
, rather than narrow like other snakes'.
A glasslike solid will form, similar in shape
to the chimneys at the bottom of the sea.