quadrate

ADJECTIVE
  1. having four sides and four angles
NOUN
  1. a square-shaped object
  2. a cubelike object
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How To Use quadrate In A Sentence

  • I had, however, my duty to perform; and, strange as it may appear, that duty quadrated with the wishes of the young man himself; who, as he struggled with the demon that threatened to overpower him, seemed to rise in hope as every minute diminished the chance of his salvation. Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 17
  • Together with the quadrates, the opisthotics and various dermal bones, such as the parietals and the squamosals, the bones of the occiput form the back of the skull.
  • In this method attractive volume of a quadrate building, then we calculate the annual attractive volume.
  • Huxley to recognise what are the true homologues of the quadrate, the palatine and the pterygoid in adult bony fish, and to prove that the symplectic and the metapterygoid (tympanal, Cuvier) are bones peculiar to fish. Form and Function A Contribution to the History of Animal Morphology
  • The chimaeran hyoid is, it turns out, quite happy supporting the operculum and has no interest in the palatoquadrate.
  • Leaf with alternate large and small teeth; alar cells distinctly subquadrate.
  • Body black, punctured; antennae piceous; first joint obconic, not longer than the second and third together, which are equal; 4-10 joints moniliform; last joint ovate acute; palpi pale piceous; terminal joint minute, that of the labial longer; thorax oblong-quadrate; angles rounded; glabrous line none; elytra black piceous, punctures not Vol.IV. — 5 454 Transactions of the American Philosophical Society
  • A certain Chever also performed sundry singular mathematical feats, such as squaring the circle, a problem which he reduced to the single question, _Construere mundum divinae menti analogum_, and showing that the parabola, the only conic section squared by ancient or modern geometers, could never be quadrated, to the eternal discomfiture and discredit of the shade of Archimedes. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 20, June, 1859
  • There are nine aspects in common use: the five major aspects - conjunction, opposition, trine, square and sextile - and four minor aspects - the semi-sextile, semi-square, sesquiquadrate and quincunx.
  • Huxley to recognise what are the true homologues of the quadrate, the palatine and the pterygoid in adult bony fish, and to prove that the symplectic and the metapterygoid (tympanal, Cuvier) are bones peculiar to fish. Form and Function A Contribution to the History of Animal Morphology
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