Definition of rectangular
rectangularityplay \(ˌ)rek-ˌtaŋ-gyə-ˈla-rə-tē\ noun
rectangularlyplay \rek-ˈtaŋ-gyə-lər-lē\ adverb
Recent Examples of rectangular from the Web
The night stands that flank his bed are part of the rounded rectangular set.
The living rooms have giant rectangular windows that overlook the bright, blue sea.
El Economista reported that archeologists have also found a wooden rectangular platform at the center with the imprint of 16 poles that created a kind of palisade.
Kegler's Kove was a small rectangular room that wasn't designed for entertainment.
The one facing the camera has her eyes shut tight behind rectangular glasses, her left hand pressing her partner’s head against her own, the other holding a sign: Be Proud.
The comment came at the Aspen Ideas Festival, in a room with green tape on the floor in the shape of a rectangular box, along with about 100 people who came to participate in a sort of experiment about social isolation and ideological polarization.
But politics is elsewhere, hard to compress into a rectangular frame.
This rectangular building, preserved for special events by the Temecula Creek Inn, was a mess hall for local quarrymen in the 19th century.
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First Known Use of rectangular
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Definition of rectangular for Students
: shaped like a rectangle a rectangular building
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