drum-like; shaped like a drum

Phrontistery dictionary. 2013.

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  • tympaniform — tym·pani·form …   English syllables

  • tympaniform — ˈtimpənəˌfȯrm, (ˈ)tim|pan adjective Etymology: tympan + iform : resembling a tympanum …   Useful english dictionary

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  • tympanum —   n. (pl. na ) ear drum; Archtitecture, triangular face of pediment; space within arch.    ♦ tympanal,    ♦ tympanic, a.    ♦ tympani, n.pl. (sing. no) timpani.    ♦ tympaniform,   a. like a tympanum.    ♦ tympanist, n. timpanist.    ♦ tympanites …   Dictionary of difficult words

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