quadrangular

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or shaped like a quadrangle
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  • Origanum vulgare, or Wild marjoram, is a perennial herb, with erect, leafy, hairy, purple, quadrangular, corymbose stems, from 6 inches to 2 feet in height.
  • Milchester Abbey is a gray, quadrangular pile, deep-set in rich woody country, and twinkling with triple rows of quaint windows, every one of which seemed alight as we drove up just in time to dress for dinner.
  • It was the single modern innovation that Peyton had allowed himself when he had broken the quadrangular symmetry of the old house with a wooden "annexe" or addition beyond the walls. Susy, a story of the Plains
  • Instead of the customary quadrangular layout, the 15-mile course would be a seven-sided affair, each side about 2.7 miles long.
  • The superior vermis is subdivided from before backward into the lingula, the lobulus centralis, the monticulus and the folium vermis, and each of these, with the exception of the lingula, is continuous with the corresponding parts of the hemispheres—the lobulus centralis with the alæ, the monticulus with the quadrangular lobules, and the folium vermis with the superior semilunar lobules. IX. Neurology. 4a. The Hind-brain or Rhombencephalon
  • The fibers are made up of distinct quadrangular cells, joined end to end so as to form a syncytium (Fig. 499). V. Angiology. 4b. The Heart
  • The ketosterones found in Incarnate come from cissus quadrangularis MyLinkVault Newest Links
  • Green Buffaloes judokas amassed 17 points to win the senior quadrangular tournament held in Ndola last weekend after beating five clubs.
  • You're a fatheaded, heterogeneous, quadrangular parallelepipedon! Radio Boys Loyalty Bill Brown Listens In
  • One of the characteristics of the habitual masturbator is the strengthening, tightening, and overall disproportionate growth of the pronator quadratus, a small quadrangular muscle situated at the distal end of the forearm beneath the tendons of the flexor digitorum profundus and the flexor pollicis longus. An East Wind Coming
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