Mutually equilateral
Equilateral E`qui*lat"er*al, a. [L. aequilateralis; aequus equal + latus, lateris, side: cf. F. ['e]quilat['e]ral.] Having all the sides equal; as, an equilateral triangle; an equilateral polygon. [1913 Webster]

{Equilateral hyperbola} (Geom.), one whose axes are equal.

{Equilateral shell} (Zo["o]l.), one in which a transverse line drawn through the apex of the umbo bisects the valve, or divides it into two equal and symmetrical parts.

{Mutually equilateral}, applied to two figures, when every side of the one has its equal among the sides of the other. [1913 Webster]


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