Pentangular \Pen*tan"gu*lar\, a. [Penta- + angular.] Having five corners or angles. [R.] [1913 Webster]

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  • pentangular — [pen taŋ′gyo͞o lər, pen taŋ′gyələr] adj. [ PENT(A) + ANGULAR] having five angles …   English World dictionary

  • pentangular — /pen tang gyeuh leuhr/, adj. having five angles and five sides; pentagonal. [1655 65; PENT + ANGULAR] * * * …   Universalium

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  • pentangular — pen·tan·gu·lar …   English syllables

  • pentangular — adjective of or relating to or shaped like a pentagon • Syn: ↑pentagonal • Pertains to noun: ↑pentagon (for: ↑pentagonal), ↑pentagon …   Useful english dictionary

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