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Origin of parallelogram
OTHER WORDS FROM parallelogrampar·al·lel·o·gram·mat·ic [par-uh-lel-uh-gruh-mat-ik], /ˌpær əˌlɛl ə grəˈmæt ɪk/, par·al·lel·o·gram·mat·i·cal, adjective
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How to use parallelogram in a sentence
This church is a parallelogram, without east or west windows or aisles, and is built upon a fine groined crypt.
It is in the shape of a parallelogram, surrounded by a wooden wall pierced with openings through which arrows may be discharged.
Then down the sky, in a whizzing parallelogram, came a band of canvasbacks, with long red heads and necks and gray-white backs.Wild Folk|Samuel Scoville
It has but one door—by no means a wide one—which is at one end of the parallelogram, and but two windows, which are at the other.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
Like most Roman cities Aoste was laid out on the rectangular parallelogram plan, an aspect which it still retains.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car|Francis Miltoun