wedge shape

NOUN
  1. any shape that is triangular in cross section
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  • By supermini standards, this is a cool car with a striking wedge shape and piercing lights. The Sun
  • Wood of the last season's growth is procured from the variety which it is desired to propagate and the lower end of the scion, which is made about 4 inches long, is whittled to a wedge shape, after which it is inserted in the slit made upon the stock. Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Fifteenth Annual Meeting New York City, September 3, 4 and 5, 1924
  • The cairn is wedge shaped, tapering towards the west with a court which exceeds 50 feet in length. A Guide to Megalithic Ireland
  • Overall, the new car is very different from the earlier model, with the loss of the traditional wedge shape, a fairly low-to-ground crouch, and a steeply raked rear end.
  • Each jammer created a "strobe," an opaque wedge shape on the U.S. radar screens, so that they looked like the spokes of a wagon wheel. Red Storm Rising
  • Their pictograms interpret the dark knight as a series of wedge shapes and crude drawings, which we can take to mean ‘man-who-is-a-bat’ when we have become bored with trying to interpret them in any meaningful way.
  • Then, because the fluorite crystals that are defined by dark color zoning are wedge shaped and depart from parallelism with pyrite crystals by varying degrees, I concluded that epitaxy did not appear possible.
  • Fractured vertebrae do heal, but they become compressed, and may mend in a wedge shape.
  • By the 2nd millennium BC, Mesopotamian script changed from pictographic to cuneiform writing (wedge shaped signs representing sounds instead of objects), and by around 2000BC the first true alphabetic system (where a phoneme is represented by a letter) appeared. The History Of Reading « Literacy Articles « Articles « Literacy News
  • The cairn is wedge shaped, tapering towards the west with a court which exceeds 50 feet in length. A Guide to Megalithic Ireland
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