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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoblongob‧long /ˈɒblɒŋ $ ˈɑːblɒːŋ/ adjective  1 British EnglishCF an oblong shape has four straight sides at 90 degrees to each other, two of which are longer than the other two syn rectangular an oblong table2 American EnglishCF an oblong shape is much longer than it is wide an oblong leafoblong noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
oblongBattery pods are of two types: square and oblong.It is oblong in shape and actually larger in area than the average ear.These risers can be square, oblong or round, hollow or solid.an oblong panMix together lightly to form 6 oblong patties.George Cummings pulled out the stretcher with an oblong puddle of flesh and hair and rib.There was no name tag in the oblong strip next to the button but that wasn't unusual.The oral shield is oblong to rhombic.On the roots oblong tubercles which are obviously reserve organs are formed.