¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Cuboids

**1.** cuboid [n] - See also: cuboid

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuboids

### Literary usage of Cuboids

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**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, ..."