Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adv. In a hexagonal manner
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In an hexagonal manner.
“A circumhorizon arc only forms when the clouds contain a specific, hexagonally shaped ice crystal.”
“We're talking about a man who divides his time between a hexagonally shaped, 30,000-square-foot house in New Hampshire and his own island off the coast of Connecticut, which has its own money, flag and navy.”
“No matter how far we search, Mklikluln reminded himself, we have no hope of finding those graceful, symmetrical, hexagonally delicate bodies we left behind to bum.”
“One was a group of six arranged hexagonally, each hole about thirty feet across.”
“Feathered stars, roses set in ferns, rayed trefoils, seaweed-like fronds full of little suns, they have all the same angles and are made hexagonally.”
“The other is a fragment; a hexagonally carved stone rests on a square base, and on the faces of both there have been dials.”
“Although this sudden influx of false nuts had made me amongst the wealthiest resident on my hexagon (Canadian streets are laid out hexagonally), the fact that it wasn't delivered as hard currency meant that it had completely slipped my mind to consider it as income.”
“Researchers created a library of micromolded, hexagonally spaced elastomeric micropost arrays, one to a few microns high, on which they cultivated cells.”
“We used uniform hexagonal grids to represent culture space and composing elements, so a hexagonally shaped ALC in silico approximates a roundish cyst in vitro.”
“Graphene, a flat sheet of hexagonally arranged carbon atoms, can transport electrons very quickly.”
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