three-cornered

[ three-kawr-nerd ]
/ ˈθriˈkɔr nərd /

adjective

having three corners: a three-cornered hat.
pertaining to or involving three persons, parties, or things:The candidates were deadlocked in a three-cornered tie.

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Origin of three-cornered

First recorded in 1350–1400, three-cornered is from Middle English thre cornerid. See three, cornered
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