- having four angles and four sides; having the shape of a quadrangle.
Origin of quadrangular
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Examples from the Web for quadrangular
It is quadrangular in form, with a door and portico on its north front.Byeways in Palestine
The plan of these buildings is quadrangular, with a courtyard in the centre.The Western World
I could see the Mexican, from where I lay, as he crossed the quadrangular patio.The Scalp Hunters
Varieties: Oblong, rounded at the base, blunt and quadrangular at the apex.The Pecan and its Culture
H. Harold Hume
It has glaucous leaves, and the fruit-pods are quadrangular in form.The Sea Shore
William S. Furneaux
Word Origin and History for quadrangular
early 15c., from Medieval Latin quadrangularis "having four corners," from Late Latin quadrangulus (see quadrangle).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper