n. (plural of lithodome English)
Usage examples of "lithodomes".
These lithodomes were oblong shells, suspended in clusters and adhering very tightly to the rocks.
Pencroft and Herbert, after having taken the precaution of collecting an ample supply of lithodomes, with which they filled their pockets and handkerchiefs, regained the foot of the cliff.
The reporter and his companions, after having eaten a quantity of lithodomes, sucked the sargassum, of which the taste was very tolerable.
Herbert made a good meal of the lithodomes, which were then half opened to the sun.