Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of boxy: more boxy

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Examples

  • The new phone model looks similar to the previous iPhone lineup, but with a new "boxier" body style.

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  • The new phone model looks similar to the previous iPhone lineup, but with a new "boxier" body style.

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  • Cult of Mac says it has heard from a source there will be two MacBook Air models: a redesigned "boxier" 13.3-inch version, in the same vein as the design of the iPhone 4; and a smaller 11.6-inch model.

    CNET News.com

  • Both sections of the house had a second floor, but the right portion was taller, boxier.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • Distant ancestral forms, the australopithecines, had shorter, boxier frames with stubbier legs.

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  • But cheaper and more varied Japanese rivals nudged aside the Bug just a few years later, and its boxier replacement, the Rabbit (later the Golf), never caught on as well with Americans as it did elsewhere.

    Volkswagen Aims at Fast Lane in U.S.

  • What began with sleek downtown projects from architects like Richard Meier and Jean Nouvel was followed by boxier glass residential buildings that sprouted like weeds along midtown's West Side.

    Condos Break Glass to Try Classic Style

  • Wendell Burnette, based in Phoenix, who won the 2009 Academy Award for Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, is also known for his "desert modern" houses—but his tend to be boxier and use more metal.

    Top Architects Go Local

  • Both sections of the house had a second floor, but the right portion was taller, boxier.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • Distant ancestral forms, the australopithecines, had shorter, boxier frames with stubbier legs.

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