Four of the squarish cloths are formed of two separately woven breadths of material.
The lobes and sinuses are large and squarish, the blades four or five inches long.
There was the "squarish jaw" mentioned by her father to think of.
Then Rick spotted a squarish shape under the ruin of the bunk and motioned to Scotty.
If the Graeco-Macedonian fashion be quoted as precedent for square or squarish 'insulae', the Terremare show the same.
His country is a large, squarish, mountainous land at the southwesternmost tip of Europe.
The blade's squarish, not flat as in the cases of most daggers.
It's essentially a big delta-winged glider with a squarish fuselage in the center.
Some children draw a squarish outline for head, but these are children at school.
Forty-five rounded, squarish, large meshes between them, in five transverse and nine longitudinal rows.