GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Shaped like or approximately like a cube.
- adj. shaped like a cube
“Apple had stumbles during Mr. Jobs's second stint, including a cube-shaped Macintosh that failed to catch on and was scrapped in 2001.”
“The cube-shaped Mucem is being built with a revolutionary, light, lace-like concrete.”
“Believing that Lenin's cube-shaped mausoleum represented a "fourth dimension" where death did not exist, he suggested that Lenin's followers keep a cube in their homes.”
“Oak floors, oak paneling in the kitchen and custom-designed oak cabinets in the kitchen, along with modern white-and-orange cube-shaped sofas, give the house an open feel.”
“The Cubi is a cube-shaped living space that is the epitome of efficiency and practicality.”
“For example, in the Babylonian account of the Flood the Gilgamesh Epic, the main character, Utanapishtim, survives the Flood in a cube-shaped boat.”
“Designed by New York Times best-selling artist Gary Frank, this bust features Kent Clark wearing his trademark â€œBizarro #1â€ medallion while posed atop a base of his cube-shaped home planet, Htrae.”
“NASA Ground controllers improvised a way to join the cube-shaped command module canisters to the lunar module circular canister-sockets by drawing air through them with a suit return hose … this device was later called “the mailbox.””
“Chris Hondros/Getty Images G4 Cube, 2001: The G4 was a small cube-shaped personal computer sold without a monitor.”
“The Polish teenager recently won his title in Thailand, lining up all six colors on all six sides of the cube-shaped toy in an average time of 8.65 seconds.”
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