Origin of isosceles
Examples from the Web for isosceles
Each of these consists of a solid red triangle, isosceles or equilateral, with sides of 15-20 mm.Mohave Pottery|Alfred L. Kroeber
Thus seated, they formed the figure of an isosceles triangle, with Ruth at the apex, the men at the angles of the base.Other Things Being Equal|Emma Wolf
An isosceles or vacillating member is that to which two sides only are the same.
They are held together by arched iron rods, as shown in the cut, so as to form the three angles of an isosceles triangle.
Right things do come in so terribly askew, like good old Mr. Isosceles, sidling up the broad aisle of a Sunday!We Girls: A Home Story|Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney