angular

Whether it’s a face with strikingly lean bone structure, a tall rectangular building, or a something written in Arabic script, anything that is characterized by sharp angles can be described as angular.

The word angular describes objects that have sharp angles, such as something with many corners and few soft curves. You’ll also hear it used to describe a person’s face or body. A tall, thin person with prominent bones can be described as angular. The word can be used figuratively to describe movements that are jerky and not smooth, such as the angular dance moves that go with a fast rock song.

Definitions of angular
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adj having angles or an angular shape

Synonyms:
angulate
pointed
having a point
square
having four equal sides and four right angles or forming a right angle
angled
forming or set at an angle
asteroid, star-shaped
shaped like a star
bicuspid, bicuspidate
having two cusps or points (especially a molar tooth)
cuspate, cuspated, cusped, cuspidal, cuspidate, cuspidated
having cusps or points
equiangular
having all angles equal
isogonic
having or making equal angles
rectangular
having four right angles
sharp-angled, sharp-cornered
having sharp corners
square-shaped
shaped like a square
three-cornered
having three corners
triangular
having three angles; forming or shaped like a triangle
tricuspid, tricuspidate
having three cusps or points (especially a molar tooth)
unicuspid
having a single cusp or point
Antonyms:
rounded
curving and somewhat round in shape rather than jagged
fat
having an (over)abundance of flesh
circular, round
having a circular shape
allantoid, sausage-shaped
shaped like a sausage
almond-shaped, amygdaliform, amygdaloid, amygdaloidal
shaped like an almond
annular, annulate, annulated, circinate, doughnut-shaped, ring-shaped, ringed
shaped like a ring
aspheric, aspherical
varying slightly from a perfectly spherical shape
auriform, ear-like, ear-shaped
having a shape resembling an ear
bean-shaped
having a shape resembling a bean
bowfront
having an outward curving front
crescent, crescent-shaped, lunate, semilunar
resembling the new moon in shape
cycloid, cycloidal
resembling a circle
cylindric, cylindrical
having the form of a cylinder
disciform
having a round or oval shape like a disc
domed, vaulted
having a hemispherical vault or dome
dome-shaped
having the shape of a dome
egg-shaped, elliptic, elliptical, oval, oval-shaped, ovate, oviform, ovoid, prolate
rounded like an egg
ellipsoid, ellipsoidal, spheroidal
having the nature or shape of an ellipsoid
hyperboloidal
having the shape of a hyperboloid
lingulate, tongue-shaped
shaped like a tongue
olive-like, olivelike
resembling an olive
parabolic, parabolical
having the form of a parabola
paraboloidal
having the shape of a paraboloid
pillar-shaped
shaped like a cylindrical pillar
pineal
having the form of a pine cone
plumlike
resembling a plum fruit
rod-shaped, rodlike
resembling a rod
rotund
spherical in shape
terete
especially of plant parts; cylindrical and tapering
umbrellalike
resembling an umbrella
oblate, pumpkin-shaped
having the equatorial diameter greater than the polar diameter; being flattened at the poles
prolate, watermelon-shaped
having the polar diameter greater than the equatorial diameter
coiled
curled or wound (especially in concentric rings or spirals)
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adj measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle

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