Pentagonally \Pen*tag"o*nal*ly\, adv. In the form of a pentagon; with five angles. --Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster]

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  • pentagonally — adverb see pentagonal …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pentagonally — See pentagonal. * * * …   Universalium

  • pentagonally — pen tægÉ™nlɪ adv. in the shape of a pentagon …   English contemporary dictionary

  • pentagonally — pen·tag·o·nal·ly …   English syllables

  • pentagonally — adverb see pentagonal * * * pentagˈonally adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑pentagon …   Useful english dictionary

  • pentagonal — noun Date: 1571 1. having five sides and five angles 2. having a pentagon as a cross section or as a base < a pentagonal pyramid > • pentagonally adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pentagon — pentagonal /pen tag euh nl/, adj. pentagonally, adv. /pen teuh gon /, n. 1. a polygon having five angles and five sides. 2. the Pentagon, a. a building in Arlington, Virginia, having a plan in the form of a regular pentagon, containing most U.S.… …   Universalium

  • circle — 1. [TA] In anatomy, a ring shaped structure or group of structures, as formed by anastomosing arteries or veins, or by connected (communicating) nerves, 2. A line or process with every point approximately equidistant from the center. SYN:… …   Medical dictionary

  • Pentagon —    The pentagon (pentagone, vijfhoek) refers to the area of the city enclosed by the pentagonally shaped inner ring road that follows the approximate traces of the second town wall. The pentagon includes the lower town and western portions of the …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • pentagon — /ˈpɛntəgɒn / (say pentuhgon), / gən/ (say guhn) noun a polygon having five angles and five sides. {Latin pentagōnum, from Greek pentagōnon, properly neuter adjective used as noun} –pentagonal /pɛnˈtægənəl/ (say pen taguhnuhl), adjective… …   Australian English dictionary

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