from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. having multiple planar faces or facets
- adj. having multiple dihedral angles along the wingspan
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having many sides, as a solid body.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having many faces, as a solid body; of or pertaining to a polyhedron. Also polyhedric, polyhedrous, polyedral, -polyedrous
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or resembling a polyhedron
The singularity point where all universes intersected was now a polyhedral globe and characters could be standing inside, outside, or anywhere and that would be the âfloorâ of the CROSSROADS for him or her.
He's becalmed in Fife now, a long way from the rattle of polyhedral dice and the clink of pint glasses that defined our shared youth.
Menacing and geeky at once, like a flail made of giant polyhedral dice.
While I am beating my own drum, I would like to lay claim to having “invented” polyhedral dice.
Does any number of polyhedral dice you like, including funny sizes (like 14 and 16) and the lesser sizes (like 2).
The classic game of beating people up with dice of various polyhedral shapes.
I'll take a pass on Obi-Wan's polyhedral beard too. kevjohn on Jul 16, 2008
“Anyway,” said McCoy, waving it off, “that perfect polyhedral structure convinced me to walk our dust sample over to the materials science lab.”
As the big organism pushed out a pseudopod a blobby sort of arm toward the swarm of polyhedral bits, the particles began to swirl in a lazy cloud around the big guy.
Hell, just make the control objects in polyhedral shapes ludovic 6 months ago