[ UK /tˈɛsɪlˌe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. tile with tesserae
    tessellate the kitchen floor
  2. fit together exactly, of identical shapes
    triangles tessellate
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How To Use tessellate In A Sentence

  • Does there exist an algorithm or standard procedure that can take as input an arbitrary single tile and determine in a finite number of steps whether or not that tile tessellates the plane?
  • Such as are viviparous are hair-coated, and such as are oviparous are covered with a kind of tessellated hard substance; and the tessellated bits of this substance are, as it were, similar in regard to position to a scale. The History of Animals
  • As we pulled up to the front entrance, two ebullient doormen outfitted in traditional white jellabas and fez hats opened the doors to reveal spotless floors of tessellated Islamic tile. Lapping Luxury or Riding Waves? We Took the Low Road to Morocco
  • DXF Export for Pro/ENGINEER reads the solid models from the current Pro/ENGINEER part or assembly and tessellates the solid bodies into individual triangular meshes. Softpedia - Windows - All
  • He remembered first learning to master the tessellated squares alone in his basement, a cobwebbed series of spider nests along the ceiling, the static sheen of a computer screen backlighting their wiry, clockwise movement. Empty Homes, Empty Windows
  • The nature of their decoration, whether by painted plaster on walls or ceilings, or by tessellated and mosaic floors, compares well with that from the countryside.
  • A double order of cantaloupes on the half shell, a derby hat full of oatmeal, a rosary of sausages, and about as many flapjacks as would be required to tessellate the floor of a fair-sized reception hall is nothing at all for him. One Third Off
  • One room had a red tessellated floor and the main reception room a geometric mosaic, partly restored.
  • Furthermore individual tracheids within these anomalous wood zones often possess a rounded cross-sectional shape, such that they do not perfectly tessellate, resulting in the occurrence of abundant intercellular spaces.
  • The floors were tessellated in sardonyx and chrysoberyl, amethyst and topaz.
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