Origin of rhomboid
OTHER WORDS FROM rhomboidrhom·boi·dal·ly, adverbsub·rhom·boid, adjectivesub·rhom·boi·dal, adjective
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How to use rhomboid in a sentence
It is also apt to be more of an oval, or a rhomboid, than the circle of your pan.America forgot how to make proper pie. Can we remember before it’s too late?|Megan McArdle|July 1, 2021|Washington Post
Geometrically, it is a cube being forced into a rhomboid by the fault.
Rhomboid, rom′boid, n. a figure of the form of a rhomb: a quadrilateral figure having only its opposite sides and angles equal.
I just remember he described it as Rhomboid in shape—cut, I fancy, out of church-plate in troubled times.The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846|Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett
The enameled, rhomboid scales are in movable oblique whorls, each scale interlocked with its neighbors.A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2)|David Starr Jordan
Lower leaves stalked, ovate or rhomboid, more or less toothed or angular, but entire at the base.Field and Woodland Plants|William S. Furneaux
A black shawl had enwrapped her shoulders, a green plaid skirt had made an irregular rhomboid from the saddle downwards.The Tower of Oblivion|Oliver Onions