Similar words: tangle, angle, dangle, bangle, wrangle, dangler, triangle, quadrangle. Meaning: ['rek‚tæŋgl] n. a parallelogram with four right angles.

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1. He handed me a little

*rectangle*of white paper.2. He drew a

*rectangle*on the blackboard.3. The

*rectangle*is 5 cm long and 1.9 cm wide.4. It is a

*rectangle*if the four angles square.5. Calculate the perimeter of the

*rectangle*.6. The area of a

*rectangle*is its height times its width.7. Dougal levered up the

*rectangle*of hardwood.8. Roll out the dough again into a

*rectangle*.9. The television screen became a

*rectangle*of icy aquamarine.10. Press 1 to cut the

*rectangle*.11. Place the smaller

*rectangle*on top, in the centre.12. Suddenly, a face appeared, breaking into the

*rectangle*of sky.12. Wish you will love sentencedict.com and make progress everyday!

13. Fold the

*rectangle*of dough in thirds again, crimping the seam with your fingers so that it will not open up.14. The solution? Move the column as a

*rectangle*, not as a column.15. Then a

*rectangle*of brighter light illuminates the dusty ruched curtains as they glide towards the ceiling.16. A

*rectangle*is subdivided into one large and two small squares such that the overlap is constant width.17. Instead, the Cut / Copy

*Rectangle*command used the exact position of the cursor to define the vertical section of text.18. There was a small

*rectangle*of land beside the jetty, surrounded on three sides by steep clay walls.19. Abutment was reduced to a minimum, transepts were often not built and the plan became a simple

*rectangle*.20. The first unit is centred on St Mary's church and consists of a large

*rectangle*, aligned north-south, east-west.21. With a quick gesture Newt held the box fast with his left hand and squeezed a plastic

*rectangle*with his right.22. Slowly, he took off the jacket and folded it neatly into a

*rectangle*which he placed on his knee.23. Roll out with a lightly floured rolling pin to a

*rectangle*the same size as the tin.24. He reached the kitchen door just as a bright

*rectangle*of light slowly spread across the upstairs wall.25. Had I dreamt up Mr Fry lolling there in the

*rectangle*of the doorway?26. A circle will knit as a circle not an ellipse, a square, a square not a

*rectangle*and so one.27. It looks like a two-minute painting: four dull green brushstrokes run close to the painting's edge, reiterating the

*rectangle*.28. This position will mark the upper left-hand corner of the

*rectangle*. 3.29. Using black trimmings, shape the front and rear bumpers and a

*rectangle*for the radiator.30. Each group can then be arranged within a particular shape, such as a

*rectangle*or square, to give added definition.More similar words: tangle, angle, dangle, bangle, wrangle, dangler, triangle, quadrangle, disinfectant, life expectancy, bungle, jungle, single, wingless, single out, singleness, dangling, nectar, reluctant, tangy, reluctance, neglect, reluctantly, spectacle, spectator, sectarian, tangent, delectable, tangible, expectation.