Related formssub·rhom·bic, adjectivesub·rhom·bi·cal, adjective
Examples from the Web for rhombic
Among them are the “charnockites,” a series of associated eruptive rocks characterized by the presence of rhombic pyroxenes.
The “rhombic dodecahedron,” one of the geometrical semiregular solids, is an important crystal form.
Rhombic, Rhomboidal, Somewhat lozenge-shaped; obliquely four-sided.
Autunite, a hydrous phosphate of uranium and calcium, crystallizing in the rhombic system in yellow plates.
Heat is set free when monoclinic sulphur changes into rhombic.An Elementary Study of Chemistry|William McPherson