Other mounds were arranged in squares, triangles, and parallelograms.
Some of them were conical, some elliptical, some square, and some parallelograms.
The fields were neither circles, squares, parallelograms, nor triangles.
They are in geometrical forms—circles, squares, parallelograms, &c.
Your line cuts and carves the water into all manner of squares, triangles, and parallelograms.
Mr. Grey gave up describing circles, and for a while devoted himself to parallelograms.
He ceased drawing the parallelograms, and looked up at the other with a glance of friendly enquiry.
Those squares and parallelograms of bare ground indicated the foundations of buildings.
They usually took the form of parallelograms and were often over a hundred feet long.
A prism or solid figure contained under six parallelograms, the opposite sides of which are equal and parallel.