[ UK /ˌænɡjʊlˈæɹɪti/ ]
  1. a shape having one or more sharp angles
  2. the property possessed by a shape that has angles
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How To Use angularity In A Sentence

  • - Unclamp the workpiece, deburr the cutting edges and clean, control size accuracy and angularity. 4. Milling of end faces
  • In contrast, the sharpness of the edges of the individual grains or their angularity records the history of the grain during transport and, to a lesser extent, during diagenesis.
  • A shot of Henze's angularity would have helped the world premiere of O Sonho (The Dream), a 90-minute chamber opera by Pedro Amaral based on passages from Salome by the canonic Portuguese writer Fernando Pessoa. Aida; Elegy for Young Lovers; O Sonho
  • The melodic richness and astringent angularity of Sibelius's muse are in full bloom in his Violin Concerto in D minor Op 47.
  • There is an angularity about Dan Zelaya that begs a question of heritage—Native American, maybe, or Middle Eastern—his name obviously Hispanic; white hair that defies classification except as elderly human being, aging along a final common pathway. Healer
  • Initial porosity in well-sorted sand also is dependent on grain angularity, the porosity increasing with increase in angularity.
  • First, take the fashion model angularity of Nicole Mourier and Mia Dime, and transplant them to the Berlin underground art scene.
  • Dimples, especially on the chin, also increase the angularity and definition of the male face, creating the impression of a strong visage.
  • Mrs. Poyser has something almost of Yankee shrewdness and angularity; but the figure of a New England rural housewife would lack a whole range of Mrs. Poyser's feelings, which, whatever may be its effect in real life, gives its subject in a novel at least a very picturesque richness of color; the constant sense, namely, of a superincumbent layer of "gentlefolks," whom she and her companions can never raise their heads unduly without hitting. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 108, October, 1866
  • Gringolts shows maturity beyond his 21 years in his rich phrasing of the boldly romantic Sibelius and the prickly angularity of the Prokofiev.
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