plagiohedral

[ pley-jee-uh-hee-druhl ]
/ ˌpleɪ dʒi əˈhi drəl /

adjective

(of a crystal) having faces arranged obliquely in a helix.

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Also pla·gi·he·dral [pley-juh-hee-druhl]. /ˌpleɪ dʒəˈhi drəl/.

Origin of plagiohedral

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