fusiform

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fusiform (adjective; Latin fusus, spindle; forma, shape): 1. Spindleshaped, tapering almost equally toward both ends.

2. (Mollusca: Gastropoda) Of or pertaining to univalves having a long canal and an equally long spire, tapering from the middle toward both ends.