Adjective "quadrangular" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/kwɒdˈraŋɡjʊlə/

Definitions and examples

adjective

(of an object or architectural structure) having four sides.
  1. 'The stones, as revealed by excavations, were in the shape of ornamented half-eggs on squat, quadrangular bases.'
  2. 'The four petals, with the stamens inside, form the quadrangular nail-like head of the clove.'
  3. 'Thousands of people can live in a hutong which is made up of hundreds of quadrangular courtyards each surrounded by four homes.'
  4. 'Instead of the customary quadrangular layout, the 15-mile course would be a seven-sided affair, each side about 2.7 miles long.'
  5. 'In Ireland, however, images of harps show quadrangular instruments, possibly lyres.'
  6. 'Among the 1,080 scapulae Gray found 214 acromial processes that he classified as quadrangular.'
  7. 'a boys' quadrangular tournament'
  8. 'Green Buffaloes judokas amassed 17 points to win the senior quadrangular tournament held in Ndola last weekend after beating five clubs.'
  9. 'The quadrangular promises to be an exciting event as the field includes Germany, Olympic champions The Netherlands and India.'
  10. 'The BJP's best bet lies in a quadrangular contest among them, the Samajwadi Party, the BSP and the Congress.'

Definitions

1. having four angles and four sides; having the shape of a quadrangle.

More examples(as adjective)

"tournaments can be quadrangular."

"series can be quadrangular."

"matches can be quadrangular."

"days can be quadrangular."

"bays can be quadrangular."

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