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Origin of polygon
OTHER WORDS FROM polygonpo·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
Example sentences from the Web for polygon
In third person, you are a camera that can control a polygonal character, but you are not that character.
In a third person games you just control a polygonal character.
Shell somewhat irregular, subspherical, with polygonal pores of different size.
Outer and inner pores irregular roundish or polygonal, two to three times as broad as the bars.
It is true that the so-called Pelasgian walls are built in a totally different style, for the stones in them are polygonal.Old Rome|Robert Burn
Pores irregular, polygonal, twice to four times as broad as the bars; five to six on the radius.
The last inflated joint is one-third as long as the shell, and has larger, irregular, polygonal pores.