Stately the grey towers also, foursquare for centuries to the winds of the Wash.
Foursquare, untapering, the great tower lifts its flanks of ruddy stone.
Not one of the battens is broken; and each one is foursquare perfectly.
The threshold was foursquare, and the face of the sanctuary sight to sight.
The pilot-house, as you see, is a foursquare mass of iron, provided with no means of deflecting a ball.
Foursquare and vast was the throne room, with the lofty stone ceiling supported by carven pillars.
It was foursquare; they made the breastplate double: a span was the length thereof, and a span the breadth thereof, being double.
He recalled how it had always stood, foursquare, a solid piece of mid-Victorian architecture.
And the Ariel was twelve cubits long, and twelve cubits broad, foursquare, with equal sides.
Whereupon I glanced at Dr Phelps, but he sat fair and foursquare, one feeding like forty.