Thesaurus / pentagon
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In rounders the bases are five in number and the field a pentagon in shape.
BASE-BALLJOHN M. WARD
Its Roman name was Anderida, the walls enclosing an irregular oval, the castle within being a pentagon, with towers at the angles.
Apparently he got his communication from the Pentagon about the time I got mine.
SENSE FROM THOUGHT DIVIDEMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
Pentagon -um: a five-sided figure with five equal or unequal angles.
Can you fold a square piece of paper in such a way that with a single fold it forms a pentagon?
He tried to think of something appropriate to say to her that he wouldn't mind having overheard in the Pentagon.
The prominence of the cheek-bones give the face the appearance of a pentagon with the chin as its apex.
They couldn't pretend even to try what the questioning-teams from the Pentagon wanted them to do.
THE MACHINE THAT SAVED THE WORLDWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Better perhaps the alembic and the pentagon than the faro-table and the dice-box.
MOHAWKS, VOLUME 1 OF 3MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
(2b) Hence also the high esteem in which the pentagon was held by the Pythagoreans.
BYGONE BELIEFSH. STANLEY REDGROVE

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