Definition of boxy
: resembling a box
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Everyone knows women’s golf outfits are meant to be boxy and formless.
Its plain, boxy buildings sit on stilts to prevent their thawing the permafrost below.
Instead of a tall, boxy, all-wheel drive vehicle, the Golf Alltrack is a decidedly leaner machine that looks downright sporty compared with a crossover.
It is marked by boxy office buildings built in the 1970s and 1980s, and expanses of parking lot shaded by sprawling old trees.
At Los Alamos, the pits are brought to Plutonium Facility-4 (PF-4), a boxy, two-story, concrete building with a footprint the size of two city blocks.
Since 1980, this unassuming practitioner of the pose/click arts has worked with one of a half-dozen or so of the big, boxy 20x24 cameras handmade by the company’s founder, Edwin H. Land.
Its plain, boxy buildings sit on stilts to prevent thawing the permafrost below.
Previously an impractical, boxy building, RUF replaced it with an ambitious pentagonal structure with a central courtyard.
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