Definition of hexagonal
1 : having six angles and six sides
2 : having a hexagon as section or base
3 : relating to or being a crystal system characterized by three equal lateral axes intersecting at angles of 60 degrees and a vertical axis of variable length at right angles
hexagonallyplay \hek-ˈsa-gə-nəl-ē\ adverb
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Other standouts include Bjarke Ingels' Urban Rigger, a floating, carbon neutral housing solution that arranges shipping containers on a hexagonal platform, creating roof terraces and a courtyard in the process.
The hotel logo riffs on the hexagonal design of the old-school NOPSI manhole covers.
A swath of hexagonal tiles wraps around a wood-burning stove, and a band of graphic tiles adds a pop of energy to the tiny kitchen.
It's made of 18 smaller hexagonal mirrors arranged in a honeycomb configuration.
Strange houses, buildings designed around hexagonal units and arranged on the diagonal.
Rather than use a single concave mirror, Mr. Nelson, along with the physicist Terry Mast and the engineer George Gabor, proposed using 36 smaller hexagonal mirrors, arranged in a honeycomb-like pattern, to make one large one.
With optional Adaptive Full LED headlights, the LED tubes of the hexagonal daytime running lights extend all the way to the grille, accentuating the wide, low-to-the-road front-end appearance.
Cowley told EarthSky: Most ice halos around the sun or moon are made by plate- or column-like hexagonal crystals.
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