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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having four sides.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having four sides

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Examples

  • Between 60 and 41 yesterday we included a four-sided memoir of a one-of-a-kind childhood, a big retrospective from a master of the short-short-short story, a delirious trilogy-ender from the Demon Dog himself, a tiny and spellbindingly lovely novel of memory, and a travel tale far smarter than its sexpot cover would lead you to think.

    October 2009

  • A punt hit the gigantic four-sided video board in the first game played at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium.

    NFL heightens look into Cowboys Stadium video screen

  • When a punt during the first game played at the luxurious, $1.2 billion Dallas Cowboys Stadium last Friday hit the gigantic four-sided video board hanging 90 feet above the field, eyebrows were raised and league action was initiated.

    NFL heightens look into Cowboys Stadium video screen

  • The building, with its huge, four-sided clocks, towers over Downtown Brooklyn, but it is actually located in nearby Fort Greene, near Atlantic and Flatbush avenues, and a major Long Island Rail Road terminal.

    Brooklyn Penthouse Units Slated for Auction

  • "Our experience…showed clearly that if you hoped to deal with the deficit by building a four-sided fort, pulling up the drawbridge and going back to sleep, you were going to be disappointed," Mr. Gramm said at a congressional hearing in May.

    Panel to Be Test of Political Will

  • This was the result, though in fact it was only the first and front portion, essentially half of what was originally envisaged as a four-sided mansion on a colossal scale.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Tree-surrounded, the heart of the open space was a tank, four-sided of concrete.

    CHAPTER IX

  • Make it four-sided, then, but let us come to some conclusion.

    THEFT

  • The current radar rotates on a stand, but the new version, called MPAR, for Multi-Function Phased Array Radar, is stationary and four-sided.

    Technology Offers Hope for Detecting Tornadoes Sooner

  • The building's alcoves and recessed spandrels heighten the vertical emphasis and the four-sided clock tower.

    Tamie Adaya: Los Angeles: Art Deco Mecca

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