diamond-shaped love

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Shaped like a diamond or rhombus.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Shaped like a lozenge; rhombic.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Each diamond-shaped patch is placed in sequences of four around a central diamond-shaped floral motif featuring a basket of flowers.

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  • The house is particularly unusual looking, composed of a series of six two-story diamond-shaped segments that cascade down a slope.

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  • The vine had diamond-shaped leaves the size of hands sprouting from it, and along its length more curling tendrils sprouted, all light green with jagged red stripes.

    End of Time

  • In addition to the experience being a diamond dealer's daughter, Ms. Oltuski spent 2½ years researching and writing her nearly 400-page account on the Diamond District, a stretch of 47th Street sandwiched by Fifth and Sixth Avenues and anchored by towering diamond-shaped lamps on all four corners.

    Changing Facets of the Diamond District

  • One problem: Finding shades to fit the diamond-shaped windows.

    An Angular Challenge in Rye

  • Others echoed the Alhambra, but with modern accents: a massive diamond-shaped window, glazed silver-blue, or an enormous inverted pyramid resting on its point.

    Day of Honey

  • Told in a series of diamond-shaped poems, with sporadic prose every few chapters, Frost has woven a beautiful coming-of-age story fraught with realism and magic.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Years later she became the infamous Cat Girl, connoisseur of what diamond-shaped love belonged to others: Marquise, Emerald, Radiant, Pear, Asscher, 24 Carat and beyond.

    Cat People #9: Tales of Manhattan

  • Landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux of Central Park fame designed the diamond-shaped green space in 1866.

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  • Second, the small, glittering gems set into the diamond-shaped cavities of his vest sprang forward.

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