Definition of Cuboids

1. Noun. (plural of cuboid) ¹



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Definition of Cuboids

1. cuboid [n] - See also: cuboid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuboids

cuboctahedral
cuboctahedric
cuboctahedron
cuboctahedrons
cuboctohedral
cuboid
cuboid bone
cuboidal
cuboidal articular surface of calcaneus
cuboidal cell
cuboidal epithelial cell
cuboidal epithelium
cuboideonavicular joint
cuboideonavicular ligaments
cuboidodigital reflex
cuboids (current term)
cubomedusa
cubomedusan
cubooctahedra
cubooctahedral
cubooctahedron
cubooctahedrons
cubozoan
cubozoans
cubs
cubulations
cuchifrito
cuchifritos
cucking stool
cuckold

Literary usage of Cuboids

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1. Iron and Steel Magazine by Albert Sauveur (1900)
"Round the central hole the cuboids measured 0.5 mm., the bronze needles ... At a distance rudimentary cuboids were seen, while around the core the metal was ..."

2. Applications of the Calculus to Mechanics by Earle Raymond Hedrick, Oliver Dimon Kellogg (1909)
"The mass of one of the cuboids will be approximately the volume ... We have, therefore, for the «-coordinate of the center of mass of the system of cuboids, ..."

3. Elements of Synthetic Solid Geometry by Nathan Fellowes Dupuis (1893)
"Two cuboids with congruent bases have their volumes proportional to their altitudes. B-ACD and F-EGH are two cuboids having their bases congruent. Then vol. ..."

4. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1902)
"The cuboids, the middle and outer cuneiforms and the four outer metatarsals and their phalanges form a double set (PI. XIII. fig. 10). ..."

5. Elementary Solid Geometry and Mensuration by Henry Dallas Thompson (1896)
"HBN Since LG and LH are cuboids on the same base LN, they are to each other as their altitudes' [279], or LG _LC LH LF' and since LH and LJ are cuboids on ..."

6. The Elements of Solid Geometry by Robert Baldwin Hayward (1890)
"cuboids and right prisms on the same base are to one another as their heights. Let OA, OB be coincident edges of two cuboids on the same base, ..."

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