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columnar

[ kuh-luhm-ner ]
/ kəˈlʌm nər /
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adjective
shaped like a column.
characterized by columns: columnar architecture.
Also co·lum·nal. printed, arranged, etc., in columns: data in columnar form.
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Origin of columnar

1720–30; <Late Latin columnāris, equivalent to column(a) column + -āris-ar1

OTHER WORDS FROM columnar

col·um·nar·i·ty [kol-uhm-nar-i-tee], /ˌkɒl əmˈnær ɪ ti/, noun
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