- an oblique-angled parallelogram with only the opposite sides equal.
- Anatomy. rhomboideus.
- Also rhom·boi·dal. having a form like or similar to that of a rhombus; shaped like a rhomboid.
Origin of rhomboid
Examples from the Web for rhomboid
Contemporary Examples of rhomboid
Geometrically, it is a cube being forced into a rhomboid by the fault.Silicon Valley Mansions, Swallowed Alive
November 8, 2014
Historical Examples of rhomboid
He named it rhomboides, meaning "rhomboid," from the shape of its body.Bass, Pike, Perch, and Others
James Alexander Henshall
I am simply telling you what Dr. Rhomboid told me last night.
Then came Dr. Rhomboid's verdict, followed by my visit to Cornwall.
It is nearly a year since I came here, and a year was all Dr. Rhomboid gave me to live.
Occasionally they are elongated and flattened; they then assume the form of a rhomboid.Legal Chemistry
- a parallelogram having adjacent sides of unequal length
- having such a shape
Word Origin for rhomboid
- Resembling a parallelogram having unequal adjacent sides.
- A parallelogram with unequal adjacent sides.
- A parallelogram with four equal sides; an equilateral parallelogram.