amphitheatrical (comparative more amphitheatrical, superlative most amphitheatrical)
- Having some of the characteristics of an amphitheatre.
- 1829, "Metropolitan Improvements", in The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 13, No. 361, page 184:
- A new Chapel, of novel design, being of an amphitheatrical form, has been recently completed, from the designs of W. Brooks, architect.
1919, John Reed, Ten Days That Shook the World:
- In the high, amphitheatrical Nicolai Hall that afternoon I saw the Duma sitting in permanence, tempestuous, grouping around it all the forces of opposition.
characteristic of an amphitheatre