octangular

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or shaped like an octagon
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How To Use octangular In A Sentence

  • From Chia we went to see the center of Cota: it has an octangular central plaza. The Cheese Run « Unknowing
  • The most striking object in the place is the belfry of the cathedral, a detached octangular tower, roofed with a pear-shaped dome, of coloured tiles, and commanding from the summit a fine view of the plains from the sea to the distant mountains. Rambles in the Islands of Corsica and Sardinia with Notices of their History, Antiquities, and Present Condition.
  • Alyosha gazed for half a minute at the coffin, at the covered, motionless dead man that lay in the coffin, with the ikon on his breast and the peaked cap with the octangular cross on his head. The Brothers Karamazov
  • Saint Bernard himself, being composed of what was then called Burrel cloth, exactly fitted to the size of the wearer, and bearing on the left shoulder the octangular cross peculiar to the Order, formed of red cloth. Ivanhoe
  • The square tower, with octangular cupola, attached to the north side of the chancel, was part of a former church constructed in the time of The South of France—East Half
  • On the North side stands a tower of an octangular form, supporting the spire. Historical Sketch of the Cathedral of Strasburg
  • The mausoleum of Selim II was a square structure, wrapped around an octangular upper story that was capped by a mottled lead dome. The Thieves of Darkness
  • It is from that spot that rises the spire (_flèche_), which is an octangular pyramid of an extraordinary boldness, offering to the astonished gazer nothing of a massive construction. Historical Sketch of the Cathedral of Strasburg
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