four-sided four-sided


  • (adj) having four sides


  1. And then there's that high-def JumboTron the world's largest a mammoth, four-sided, Cleopatra's barge of video screens stretching 160 ft.
  2. Other inventions included: a four-sided safety razor; non-slipping suspender buckles; a combination of submarine, hydro-airplane and armored tank.
  3. More than 500 kg of gold coat its four-sided tower.


  • Wright Fieldhouse to get new scoreboards after split vote

    The Keokuk School Board voted 4-2 Monday night to purchase new scoreboards for the recently-renovated Wright Fieldhouse. Activities Director Ryan Rump presented a $40,000 bid from Daktronics for a four-sided center-hang scoreboard, two wall-mounted side boards and two statistics panels.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Keokuk Daily Gate City


  1. "Jesca Hoop's music is like a four-sided coin," said Tom Waits, an early fan of the artist. "She is an old soul, like a black pearl, a good witch or a red moon. Her music is like going swimming in a lake at night."
    on May 16, 2007 By: Tom Waits Source:

  2. "I see big prospects in active ties on the trilateral format: Russia-India-China and on the four-sided BRIC format," Putin said.
    on Nov 12, 2007 By: Vladimir Putin Source: Independent Online

  3. "In pre-season, there have been a lot more dangerous blocks because of the four-sided approach," Smith said Wednesday after the 'Riders completed their final practice before travelling to Montreal for today's game (4:30 pm, TSN). "It's hard...
    on Jun 29, 2007 By: Alex Smith Source: Vancouver Sun

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