consisting of two cones placed together apex to apex

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  • biconical — (ˈ)bī+ adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary bi (I) + conical : having the form of a bicone …   Useful english dictionary

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  • bicone — biconical /buy kon i keuhl/, adj. biconically, adv. /buy kohn /, n. an object shaped like two cones with their bases together. [1925 30; BI 1 + CONE] * * * …   Universalium

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