disk

Part of speech: noun

Any plane or surface that is flat and round.

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Usage examples "disk":

  1. Mrs. Daggett hurried forward to meet Mrs. Solomon Black, who was advancing with slow majesty, bearing a huge disk covered with tissue paper. - "An Alabaster Box", Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley.
  2. And on the screen the face of the left hand disk of the Mancji ship was lit momentarily by a brilliant spark of yellow, then another. - "Greylorn", John Keith Laumer.
  3. There was a vertical line across the side of the lighted disk. - "Sand Doom", William Fitzgerald Jenkins.