angular /ˈaŋɡjʊlə/

a

I. adjective

1. having angles or sharp corners

angular chairs
Adam’s angular black handwriting.
2. (of a person or part of their body) lean and having a prominent bone structure

her angular face.
3.
[Physics] denoting physical properties or quantities measured with reference to or by means of an angle, especially those associated with rotation

angular acceleration.
4.
[Astrology] relating to or denoting any of the houses that begin at the four cardinal points of a chart.
II. derivatives

1. angularity /ˌaŋɡjʊˈlarəti /
noun


2. angularly
adverb


– origin late Middle English (as an astrological term): from Latin angularis, from angulus (see angle1).

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