- 1Shaped like a triangle; having three sides and three corners: dainty triangular sandwichesMore example sentences
- Two triangular shaped plastic latches extrude from the side.
- It had a smooth carapace, like a beetle, and a triangular shaped head with two huge bug eyes atop each corner.
- On either side of the headband, just behind her ears are triangular shaped ornaments of sorts.
- 1.1Involving three people or parties: a triangular relationshipMore example sentences
- For one, slave hiring provided flexibility within the slave system that yielded benefits for all parties involved in the triangular relationship.
- Now they find themselves thrust yet again into an intense triangular relationship: Jimmy the avenger, Sean the truth-seeker and Dave the unfortunate.
- Resonant triangular relationships evolve between you and your special friend and those below that see you.
- 1.2(Of a pyramid) having a three-sided base.More example sentences
- The bonds between the central nitrogen and the three surrounding hydrogen atoms are pointed at the corners of the base of a triangular pyramid.
- It is a 2.5 m triangular pyramid with an inscription written in Bulgarian, Greek and Turkish which reads, ‘We stand united on the path to a united Europe’.
- One of the girls had been to New York before, and fairly expertly navigated us to a tiny gay piano bar set in a tiny triangular building created by the intersection of gridlines.
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- That is to say - to adopt for a moment a Platonic sounding idiom - goodness is partially definitive of Godhood, as youngness is partially definitive of puppyhood and as three-sidedness is partially definitive of triangularity.
- This paper describes and tests several algorithms for calculating ellipticity, rectangularity, and triangularity shape descriptors.
- One then could know a priori through the mentally instantiated property the features of triangles, which instantiate triangularity.
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- The tall light fixtures at Elian Gonzalez Square, which define the two long sides of the triangularly shaped plaza, are capped with a design that combines a crocodile tail and a leaf from the red palm, both Cuban national symbols.
- Soon afterwards, the bizarre, triangularly coiled, inflated Parawocklumeria and Wocklumeria appeared, representing the last burst of clymeniid diversification.
- Here, he composes his shots triangularly, placing the three characters in varying positions according to their relationships with each other.
mid 16th century: from late Latin triangularis, from Latin triangulum (see triangle).