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adjective as in three-cornered

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adjective as in having three angles

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A tetrahedron has a triangular base and three triangular sides that form a pyramid.

The curved handle means it can be grasped firmly and comfortably from a variety of angles, and the triangular nose of the brush can reach even the smallest of nooks.

They’re typically shaded blue, with triangular flags pointing in the direction of the front’s forward movement.

Shaded in an updated bipartisan purple, the triangular symbol is clicked to surface information including advertiser name and address, information about contributions and expenditures made by the advertiser and other disclaimers.

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Two developers submitted dueling bids for the right to revamp a 48-acre triangular stretch of land off Sports Arena Boulevard in San Diego’s Midway District.

The dominant silhouette in the collection was an A-line, triangular shape with narrow shoulders and a full skirt.

“Those pink, triangular houses are very much a symbol for strangeness,” said Pickwoad.

There is an odd triangular-shaped hill that rises on one side very boldly and abruptly, called the Fox's Head.

As stated in the chapter on astronomy, some trace of the triangular form appears in the land masses of the planet Mars.

The upper ones have their costa blackish, and a triangular border at their extremity rather dentated on the inside.

The treeless part of the plains, the prairie proper, has a triangular shape with an area twice as large as that of Great Britain.

This is a southern barrier of the Kremlin and is a fortress of nearly triangular shape.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to triangular, such as: trilateral, cuneate, three-sided, and triagonal.

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