Definitions

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  • adj. Having three angles.
  • adj. Located inside a triangle.
  • adj. Divided into triangles (said of the field).

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having three angles; triangular.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having three angles; having the form of a triangle; also, belonging to or situated in a triangle.
  • In heraldry, divided into triangles: noting the field, and equivalent to barry bendy dexter and sinister, or paly bendy dexter and sinister.

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Examples

  • The triangled metronome rocked, the crystal tipped and churned, and Mam just stared at the wobbling crystalware.

    four-leafed clover

  • The other cause my Southern Baptist friends opposed so vocally, as those men in women's clothing, or tight jeans and pink triangled t-shirts, waving rainbow flags marched past church on that Sunday morning.

    Facing Mecca

  • I started to read Superman when Lois and Clark was on, and all four triangled monthly books seemed to focus on different aspects of the Clark-and-Lois workplace relationship.

    Thoughts on Joe Quesada’s One More Day Interviews | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • The yellowing triangled Tottenham Hotspurs banner.

    The Art Thief

  • Bush, a forked tongue liar has triangled Tony Snow (just as he has triangled so many others) into the tried and true role of, "rescuer of the chief and gatekeeper of the truth (a/k/a Bush lies)".

    Bush-Tony Snow-The Press

  • Hugging the neatly triangled flag that had been presented to her, Caitlin stood at the graveside long after most of the others had gone, thinking about that.

    Hunting Fear

  • In family therapy parlance these are children who triangled by the system, or who are part of systems that are so enmeshed that there is no room f or growth, individuality, or independent thinking, no space f or breathing.

    Bush Derangement Syndrome; Brilliant Theory, Faulty Premise

  • The principal church, Notre Dame, founded in the 12th cent., contains semicircular and equilateral-triangled arches and cusped and Corinthian capitals.

    The South of France—East Half

  • In bonds, both MBS and treasuries orbited, honed in, coiled, triangled, and narrowed into their midrange values all day long:

    Mortgage News Daily - Mortgage And Real Estate News

  • Last night, he arm-triangled the life out of Shane Carwin, who was supposed to be the guy, finally, who Lesnar couldn't push around.

    the mighty mjd sports blog

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