Definitions of cone

A
solid
of
the
form
described
by
the
revolution
of
a
right
angled
triangle
about
one
of
the
sides
adjacent
to
the
right
angle; 
called
also
a
right
cone.
More
generally,
any
solid
having
a
vertical
point
and
bounded
by
a
surface
which
is
described
by
a
straight
line
always
passing
through
that
vertical
point;
a
solid
having
a
circle
for
its
base
and
tapering
to
a
point
or
vertex.

Anything
shaped
more
or
less
like
a
mathematical
cone;
as,
a
volcanic
cone,
a
collection
of
scoriae
around
the
crater
of
a
volcano,
usually
heaped
up
in
a
conical
form.

The
fruit
or
strobile
of
the
Coniferae,
as
of
the
pine,
fir,
cedar,
and
cypress.
It
is
composed
of
woody
scales,
each
one
of
which
has
one
or
two
seeds
at
its
base.

A
shell
of
the
genus
Conus,
having
a
conical
form.

To
render
cone
shaped;
to
bevel
like
the
circular
segment
of
a
cone;
as,
to
cone
the
tires
of
car
wheels.

Conic,
conical.

any
cone
shaped
artifact

cone
shaped
mass
of
ovule
or
spore
bearing
scales
or
bracts

a
shape
whose
base
is
a
circle
and
whose
sides
taper
up
to
a
point

A
solid
body
which
tapers
equally
to
a
point
from
a
circular
base;
anything
of
similar
shape;
the
fruit
of
the
fir,
pine,
etc.

A
solid
pointed
figure
with
a
circular
base,
as
a
sugar
loaf:
fruit
shaped
like
a
cone,
as
that
of
the
pine,
fir,
etc.

A
solid
body
tapering
to
a
point
from
a
circular
base;
fruit
shaped
like
a
cone.

A
solid
figure
that
tapers
uniformly
from
a
circular
base
to
a
point;
a
scaly
fruit,
as
of
the
pine,
having
such
a
shape.

A
solid
body
or
tigure
tapering
to
a
point
from
a
circular
base,
like
a
sugar
loaf;
the
seed
of
fruit
shaped
like
a
cone,
as
that
of
the
pine;
anything
cone
shaped.

A
figure
broad
and
round
at
the
bottom,
gradually
lessening
in
circumference,
like
a
sugar
loaf;
the
fruit
of
the
fir,
pine, &
c.

The
female
flower
of
the
Coniferae,
with
woody
axis
and
spirally
arranged
carpels;
a
conical
elevation
on
an
egg
just
before
fertilization;
a
conical
or
flask
shaped
cell
of
the
retina.
X