angular

(redirected from angularity)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

angular

/an·gu·lar/ (ang´gu-lar) sharply bent; having corners or angles.

angular

(ang′gyŭ-lăr) [L. angularis, having corners or angles]
Having corners or angles.
References in periodicals archive ?
With the exception of final score, described earlier, the angularity of the cows was the trait that showed higher residual correlation with MY (0.
The calculator provides tolerances for linear dimensions, parting lines, moving die components, angularity, concentricity, parting line shift and flatness.
A brochure on the exhibit claims that the collection "addresses the dialogue between the angularity of a letter form and the cursive quality of pseudo calligraphy".
There was the beautifully sonorous bass of Dawn, the emphasised angularity of Sunday Morning and a powerfully deep Moonlight movement, in which the brass and percussion simple excelled.
Every country has its own angularity and approach towards the United Nations reforms.
Experimental testing and finite-element modeling to evaluate the effects of aggregate angularity on bituminous mixture performance, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering ASCE 24(3): 249-258.
But while Bourgeois' sculpture is relatively restrained, its angularity and isolation only hinting at her angst, Paul McCarthy's White Snow #3 (2012) is a characteristically gross-out work.
We all grew up with the exemplary Masson painting Bataille de poissons (Battle of Fishes), 1926, at the Museum of Modern Art; at Blain I Di Donna, the work's burin-like angularity, fervid with Surrealist zeal, is reprised in Chevaux attaques par des poissons (Horses Attacked by Fish), 1927.
In Gevorgian's study of balance, on the other hand, the near-identical figures -- contestants as well as the supporters arrayed behind them -- are rendered in a stylized, uniform angularity that makes them look like aliens, or else mannequins or effigies of human beings.
The ability to attain shapes that depart from traditional angularity in interior design; 2) Practicality.