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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishangularan‧gu‧lar /ˈæŋɡjələ $ -ər/ adjective  1 THIN PERSONthin and not having much flesh on your bones a tall, angular young man2 UGLYhaving sharp and definite corners a cubist painting with angular shapes
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angularThen the Sun's angular diameter was about two thirds of a second of arc greater than it is today.Mercury's angular distance from the sunHer glance seared his hard, angular face.The folds of cloth and angular faces jutted out in plaster relief.She watched his black, angular figure move at a sedate, clerical pace, across the grass.angular patternsThen in injury time Pittman again came close with an angular shot across the face of the goal.
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