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rectangularity

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality or state of being rectangular or right-angled; rectangularness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality or condition of being rectangular, or right-angled.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun uncountable The condition of being rectangular
  • noun countable A rectangular form

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

  • noun the property of being shaped like a rectangle

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Examples

  • Personally, I would have trouble living up to its rectangularity and its imperative on clinical order.

    Horizontal Space by Duilio Damilano

  • To clarify my above discussion of rectangularity, it references David Friedman's mention of the Coombs building, which has a non-rectangular plan which David Friedman finds disorienting and I am sure I would too - I was fairly disoriented when I went on a group tour of the Pentagon.

    Economics and Modernity, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • But there was one undeniable characteristic about the motel and the surrounding neighborhood that would not go away: The rectangularity of line and the absence of people gave one the sense that he was standing inside a stage set, one that had been created for the professional sojourner.

    Rain Gods

  • Like the dream figure, he was a study in contradiction, his shabby elegance not quite real, his rectangularity that of a grandiose poseur sitting in a soup kitchen.

    Rain Gods

  • But there was one undeniable characteristic about the motel and the surrounding neighborhood that would not go away: The rectangularity of line and the absence of people gave one the sense that he was standing inside a stage set, one that had been created for the professional sojourner.

    Rain Gods

  • But there was one undeniable characteristic about the motel and the surrounding neighborhood that would not go away: The rectangularity of line and the absence of people gave one the sense that he was standing inside a stage set, one that had been created for the professional sojourner.

    Rain Gods

  • Like the dream figure, he was a study in contradiction, his shabby elegance not quite real, his rectangularity that of a grandiose poseur sitting in a soup kitchen.

    Rain Gods

  • Like the dream figure, he was a study in contradiction, his shabby elegance not quite real, his rectangularity that of a grandiose poseur sitting in a soup kitchen.

    Rain Gods

  • There is a striking contrast between the severe rectangularity of the garden's borders and the irregular natural forms of the rocks within them.

    Japanese Aesthetics

  • Many of our older cities and villages have partly outgrown the awkward age, become dignified in the shade of spreading trees, and fallen somehow into a kind of unity; a few of them, especially near the Atlantic seaboard, where the stupid rectangularity of the towns farther west was never imposed, are among the loveliest in the world.

    Problems of Conduct

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