- n a shape having one or more sharp angles
- n the property possessed by a shape that has angles
- Her sometime student Paul Taylor, for example, holds onto the taut angularity of the Graham movement but works it into dances that bypass her symbol-ridden style, and favors more .
- Her strong face, which has the same lean angularity as Jessica Tandy's, is not conventionally pretty.
- The show begins with Czanne's famed Clockmaker, a portrait whose rugged angularity foreshadowed cubism.
- Allan Kozinn in New York Times
Reviewing the performance in The New York Times, Allan Kozinn wrote, "Mr. Logan's music - a volatile mixture of angularity, harmonic haziness and expressive dissonance tempered with openly tonal sections - adds a palpable dramatic dimension to the...
- Rick Carlisle in USA Today
Detroit comes at you with a different level of length, athleticism and angularity,Pacers coach Rick Carlisle said. "We couldn't get enough done at either end."