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- adj. Having the shape of a parallelogram.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to a parallelogram; parallelogrammic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to a parallelogram.
- Having the shape of a parallelogram: as, a parallelogrammatic mark.
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Thus, in granite, which has a kind of parallelogrammatic cleavage, water introduces itself into the fissures, and the result, in a sharp frost, will be a disintegration of the rocks
The object which the Serjeant had in view was so good that it seemed to him to warrant some slight deviation from parallelogrammatic squareness — though he held it as one of his first rules of life that the end cannot justify the means.
It is new and parallelogrammatic as an American town is very cold in cold weather, very hot in hot weather, and now that it has been robbed of its life as a capital is as dull and uninteresting as though it were German or English.
When ready to sail he had discovered that one of the necessaries of life, in the parallelogrammatic shape of plug tobacco, had been forgotten.
The object which the Serjeant had in view was so good that it seemed to him to warrant some slight deviation from parallelogrammatic squareness -- though he held it as one of his first rules of life that the end cannot justify the means.
_c'est-à-dire_, a parallelogrammatic pile of about three million mangold-wurzels, brought up there for the sheep, I suppose.