triangular[ trahy-ang-gyuh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF triangular
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRIANGULAR
The lapels were, of course, soft-rolled and joined the collar with a triangular notch.
Lay the slices one on the other, and cut in triangular shapes.
Here is the famous "triangular bridge," a relic of the abbey.
Then we could find nothing by traveling toward the triangular cluster?
You look over the whole town, which here appears in a triangular form.
Carl laughed and pushed back the triangular lock of hair with the edge of his hat.
Sicily, as will be seen by referring to the map, is of a triangular form.
He had two triangular pieces of tile in his head instead of eyes.
It was a triangular flag of brilliant yellow 333 edged in scarlet.
This sail is triangular, stretched at its foot by a long boom.