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angled

[ ang-guhld ]
/ ˈæŋ gəld /
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adjective
having an angle or angles.
Heraldry.
  1. noting an interrupted partition line having the two parts offset and a line at right angles connecting them.
  2. (of an ordinary) having an edge or edges so formed.
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Origin of angled

First recorded in 1565–75; angle1 + -ed3
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