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an·gu·lar / ˈanggyələr/ • adj. 1. (of an object, outline, or shape) having angles or sharp corners: angular chairs. ∎  (of a person or part of their body) lean and having a prominent bone structure: her angular face. ∎  (of a person's way of moving) not flowing smoothly; awkward or jerky: his movements were stiff and angular. ∎  placed or directed at an angle: large angular writing. 2. chiefly Physics denoting physical properties or quantities measured with reference to or by means of an angle, esp. those associated with rotation: angular acceleration. 3. Astrol. located in or relating to one of the houses that begin at the four cardinal points. DERIVATIVES: an·gu·lar·i·ty / ˌanggyəˈlaritē/ n. an·gu·lar·ly adv.

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angular In most Gnathostomata, a bone which forms the angle of the lower jaw. In mammals it forms the tympanic bone.

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angular XV. — L. angulāris, f. angulus ANGLE2; see -AR and cf. (O)F. angulaire.

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