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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Argled

### Literary usage of Argled

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

**1.** *A System of Chemistry* by Thomas Thomson (1810)

"Its primitive form is a right-**argled** quadrangular prism, with oblique bases.
The angle of incidence between the di ; '.;'! ot tlie bast and the edge ot the ..."**2.** *Training Manual in Topography, Map Reading, and Reconnaissance* by George Redfield Spalding (1918)

"... isoceles, when two sides only are equal; acute- angled, when each of its angles
is less than 90°; obtuse-**argled**, when one angle is greater than 90°. ..."**3.** *An Analytick Treatise of Conick Sections, and Their Use for Resolving of* by L'Hospital (Guillaume François Antoine), Edmund Stone (1723)

"... А С Б is a right-**argled** Triangle, the Square AB (qmm) will be =?/4-ег. ..."**4.** *The National Fourth Reader: Containing a Course of Instruction in Elocution* by Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson (1864)

"We love rather the generous old English windows, large as the whole side of a
room, many- **argled**, or circular; but, of whatever shape, they should be ..."**5.** *The Elements of Trigonometry: Containing, the Properties, Relations, and* by William Emerson (1749)

"Let therefore С В, С A be greater than Quadrants, then by Prop. 21. В A is lefs
than a Quadrant, therefore in the acute **argled** Triangle ACJ, ..."**6.** *Pyritologia: Or, A History of the Pyrites, the Principal Body of the Mineral* by Johann Friedrich Henckel (1757)

"... he would judge of the origination of two forts of ores, lying near, or en- t
**argled** in each other. ..."**7.** *A Treatise of Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical ...: As Likewise a Treatise* by Samuel Heynes (1716)

"In a Right-**argled** Triangle, if one Leg of the .Right-angle, be made the Radius
of a Circle, then lha.ll the other Leg be the Tangent of the Angle oppo- fite ..."