- Bony hard, they flaunted their
**angles**at every move.... - As I went my head projected at right
**angles**to my body. - But now unlovely do I seem Polluted by some
**angles**new. - And the thre
**angles**of euerye triangle are equill also to ij. - Two equal axes and one of different length, all at right
**angles**to each other. - Eighteenth week, discomfort shown by depressing
**angles**of mouth (149). - L"-shaped, with a front on two streets at right
**angles**to each other. - There are many
**angles**to this case, and I can't attend to all of them at once.

- At each of the four
**angles**of the tower is an octagonal turret with crocketed spire. - The handlebars were slewed around until they stood at right
**angles**to the machine. - These could be adjusted to what
**angles**were needed by turning countersunk screw bolts. - An electric fire burned cheerily in one corner and at right
**angles**to it was a couch. - At right
**angles**to the entrance, a narrow corridor ran lengthwise down the middle of the cabin. - Two axes at right
**angles**, and a third at right**angles**to one of these, but inclined to the other. - Without, the chapel wall, buttressed and lofty, extended at right
**angles**to it. - I was coming home to-day, up a road which ran approximately at right
**angles**to main fire trenches. - And then haue I made three
**angles**vpon that one touch line, and in y^t one point F, and those iij. - At right
**angles**with that street ran a main intersecting road from South Gate to North Gate. - Here and there the bends of the river crossed at such
**angles**as to enclose a lake-like expanse of water. - There were great possibilities in the fact that two persons connected with it from different
**angles**were in conversation. - And in all these positions the hand should always be at right
**angles**with the reins; you then have the play of all the joints. - When his father discovered what he was doing he was attempting to demonstrate that the sum of the
**angles**of a triangle equals two right**angles**. - When almost perpendicular the sleeper toppled and crashed sidewise across other tracks at right
**angles**to its course. - A narrow passage at right
**angles**led them into another corridor, and here the same thing was repeated. - Every crystal can be imagined to have its faces and
**angles**arranged in a definite way around one of these systems of axes. - In spite of the great distance we could distinguish the projecting turrets, apparently suspended from the
**angles**of the edifice. - Three equal axes in the same plane intersecting at
**angles**of 60 deg., and a fourth at right**angles**to all of these. - They were both firing at him, the
**angles**of attack converging, so that if one missed him the other would probably get him. - Their rooms they liked of many shapes, and not at right
**angles**on the corners, nor all on the same dead level of flooring. - This circular aisle or cloister is lighted by a series of semicircular-headed windows, which are ornamented at the
**angles**with small columns. - The former slinks slowly down the field, sticking close to the cover of a fence running at right
**angles**to the one in which the wires are set. - Spreading the former across his knees, he appeared oblivious of all but the lines and figures, yet the
**angles**in his bronze face did not soften. - These blades, varying from nine to sixteen inches in length, were fastened at right
**angles**by rivets into wooden shafts. - So she had grown plump and pert like a well-fed sparrow, but the care and worry of the new shop had sharpened the
**angles**of her body. - Apparently the woman lived nearby, for she started off down a narrow, winding road which ran at right
**angles**to the main highway. - When completed, it is intended to consist of a central part, and two wings projecting at right
**angles**from the extremities of the former. - Twenty-third week, depression of
**angles**of mouth and cry of distress caused by harsh address (149). - There are three dusky spots on the front edge of each wing, and a large cloud at the base of the hind pair towards the hind
**angles**of the wing. - And these
**angles**(as you see) are made partly of streght lynes, partly of croken lines, and partly of both together. - He could not swim at right
**angles**to it and thus approach the shore directly, but must try gradually to pull to the left, in a long diagonal sweep.

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Third-person singular simple present indicative form of angle | plural of angle

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