from The Century Dictionary.
- Having the form of a parallelogram.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective rare Having the properties of a parallelogram.
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- adjective Having the properties of a
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It is a huge and couthless shell of building in parallelogrammic form, containing all kinds of public offices in glorious confusion, looking with their glaring white-washed faces upon a central court, where a few leafless wind-wrung trees seem struggling for the breath of life in an eternal atmosphere of clay-dust and sun-blaze. 5
This light is diffused all over the world in these inhuman parallelogrammic cities of the sick, and sometimes it comes to a focus.
That which gives so much simplicity and harmony in the Greek temples, which are the great elements of beauty in architecture, is the simple outline, in parallelogrammic and pyramidal forms, in which the lines are straight and uninterrupted through their entire length.
Interparietals nar - rower than parietal, parallelogrammic.