Origin of polygon
Related formspo·lyg·o·nal [puh-lig-uh-nl] /pəˈlɪg ə nl/, adjectivepo·lyg·o·nal·ly, adverbsub·po·lyg·o·nal, adjectivesub·po·lyg·o·nal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for polygon
The point may even be taken on one side, or outside the polygon, but the proof is not so simple.The Teaching of Geometry|David Eugene Smith
The view from the Polygon monument is desolation on all sides.The Challenge of the Dead|Stephen Graham
Polygon, pol′i-gon, n. a plane figure bound by a number of straight lines: a figure of many angles.
The tale had come smoking hot to our men in the Polygon Wood trenches during the great battle.The Escape of a Princess Pat|George Pearson
Consequently in the home of a Polygon of four or five hundred sides it is rare to find a son; more than one is never seen.Flatland|Edwin Abbott Abbott