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squircle

[ skwur-kuhl ]
/ ˈskwɜr kəl /
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noun

a shape that is somewhat circular but also squarish; a square with rounded corners: As the dashboard features can attest, the squircle is making a big splash in interior car design.

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Origin of squircle

First recorded 1945–50; blend of squ(are) and (c)ircle
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Example sentences from the Web for squircle

  • The display is the company’s familiar squircle, which is only available in the one size.

    Fitbit Sense review|Brian Heater|September 24, 2020|TechCrunch
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