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Definitions of asteroidal

  1. Of or pertaining to an asteroid, or to the asteroids.
  2. Resembling a star; pertaining to the asteroids, or to the star- fishes.
  3. Pert. To the small planets.
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Usage examples for asteroidal

  1. And as the electric barrier vanished, into the clearing came rushing the swarm of asteroidal animals. – The World with a Thousand Moons by Edmond Hamilton
  2. " I killed a man, Frank- with this pre- Asteroidal knife. – The Planet Strappers by Raymond Zinke Gallun
  3. The three stellene rings bumped lightly on the ten mile chunk of captured asteroidal rock and nickel- iron that was Phobos, Mars' nearer moon. – The Planet Strappers by Raymond Zinke Gallun
  4. The floor of the room was simply the asteroidal rock surface, not completely level and smooth. – The Risk Profession by Donald Edwin Westlake
  5. Frankly, without them this whole structure- his hands swept out widely- my whole asteroidal kingdom, would have been impossible. – The Affair of the Brains by Anthony Gilmore
  6. But the wrecked Falcon had been marooned there in the weird asteroidal jungle, with the alien, menacing Vestans already gathering around it. – The World with a Thousand Moons by Edmond Hamilton
  7. Outside the electric wall, which had been hastily re- raised, could be glimpsed the shapes of lurking asteroidal animals. – The World with a Thousand Moons by Edmond Hamilton
  8. And it knew it, too; hadn't it laughed just before sinking down to slumber through the asteroidal day? – The Planetoid of Peril by Paul Ernst
  9. This was the asteroid, exploded into a separate entity by the cataclysm that gave birth to the planets, which Dr. Ku Sui had wrenched from the asteroidal belt between Mars and Jupiter and built into a world of his own, swinging it through space as he willed, and cloaking it with invisibility to baffle those who marveled at how he came and went, unseen, on his various errands. – The Passing of Ku Sui by Anthony Gilmore
  10. Carse had the " feel" of the asteroidal ship and his controlling hand grew bolder. – The Passing of Ku Sui by Anthony Gilmore
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