Definition of Decagons

1. Noun. (plural of decagon) ¹

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Definition of Decagons

1. decagon [n] - See also: decagon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decagons

decadrachms
decadron
decads
decaf
decaff
decaffeinate
decaffeinated
decaffeinated coffee
decaffeinates
decaffeinating
decaffeination
decaffs
decafs
decagon
decagonal
decagons (current term)
decagram
decagramme
decagrammes
decagrams
decagynia
decahedra
decahedral
decahedron
decahedrons
decahydrate
decahydrates
decahydroisoquinoline
decahydronaphthalene
decahydronaphthalenes

Literary usage of Decagons

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1. The Harmony of the World by Johannes Kepler, A. M. (Alistair Matheson) Duncan, Eric J. Aiton, Judith Veronica Field (1997)
"If you really wish to continue the pattern, certain irregularities must be admitted, two decagons must be combined, two sides being removed from each of ..."

2. The Elements of Geometry by Walter Nelson Bush, John Bernard Clarke (1909)
"If the sides of three regular decagons are 3 ft., 4 ft., and 12 ft., respectively, what is the side of a regular octagon whose area is equal to the sum of ..."

3. An Introduction to Solid Geometry and to the Study of Crystallography by Nathaniel John Larkin (1820)
"very similar to the transition of the cube into the octahedron; the principal difference is, that there are pentagons instead of squares, and decagons ..."

4. A History of Greek Mathematics by Thomas Little Heath (1921)
"... leaving triangles, and P8 by leaving hexagons, in th faces; (5) from the dodecahedron, P7 by leaving pentagons and P, by leaving decagons in the faces. ..."

5. The Quarterly Review by William Gifford, George Walter Prothero, John Gibson Lockhart, John Murray, Whitwell Elwin, John Taylor Coleridge, Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, William Macpherson, William Smith (1910)
"If only ' situations ' and plights were regular decagons ! But they all have so many facets, and the probity of the novelist is in being blind to none of ..."

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