- 1 [in combination] Having a specified number of corners: young boys in six-cornered hatsMore example sentences
- The 4-cornered box shape is an important shape to any foundation.
- On the hill where the Bee Man had once pictured a whole village of round houses, a sharp cornered old folk's home loomed large.
- At the Federal election there was a 3-cornered contest in the vacant seat of Moncrieff.
- 1.1Having a specified number of parties involved: a three-cornered meeting was being arranged in Hong KongMore example sentences
- In 3 - cornered contests it helps Labor, as in these seats, Labor generally has the higher primary vote.
- Next month's National Assembly election will see a five-cornered contest for the Ceredigion seat in Cardiff Bay.
- 2(Of a person or animal) forced into a place or situation from which it is hard to escape: nothing is more dangerous than a cornered wild beastMore example sentences
- His jump may have been the desperate reaction of any cornered animal.
- The way they are excited, they are like cornered animals.
- Note he, of course, is more the terrified, cornered rat than ever.
More definitions of corneredDefinition of cornered in:
- The US English dictionary