¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Trapezoids

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

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### Literary usage of Trapezoids

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**1.** *A Practical Treatise on Bridge-construction: Being a Text-book on the Design* by Thomas Claxton Fidler (1887)

"In the first example the **trapezoids** are all inverted trusses with vertical posts,
... 43, the trusses are alternately upright and inverted **trapezoids**, ..."**2.** *Metrical Geometry: An Elementary Treatise on Mensuration* by George Bruce Halsted (1881)

"If to any convenient axis ordinates be dropped from the angular points of any
polygon, the polygon is exhibited as an algebraic sum of **trapezoids**, ..."**3.** *Journal of the American Chemical Society* by American Chemical Society (1879)

"Equivalent **trapezoids**, BAAB, lie in the two orthogonal mirror planes that intersect
in the unique 4 (or :) axis. The polyhedron center is the point of ..."**4.** *A Practical Treatise on Bridge-construction: Being a Text-book on the Design* by Thomas Claxton Fidler (1887)

"In the first example the **trapezoids** are all inverted trusses with vertical posts,
... 43, the trusses are alternately upright and inverted **trapezoids**, ..."**5.** *A Practical Treatise on Bridge-construction: Being a Text-book on the Design* by Thomas Claxton Fidler (1887)

"In the first example the **trapezoids** are all inverted trusses with vertical posts,
... 43, the trusses are alternately upright and inverted **trapezoids**, ..."**6.** *Plane Geometry* by William Betz, Harrison Emmett Webb, Percey Franklyn Smith (1912)

"**trapezoids** PROPOSITION XXIV. THEOREM 210. If three or more parallels intercept
equal parts on one transversal, they intercept equal parts on every ..."**7.** *Railroad Curves and Earthwork* by Calvin Francis Allen (1914)

"(163) The "Irregular Section," as shown in the figure, may be divided into
**trapezoids** by vertical lines, as in Fig. 1 ; or into triangles by vertical and ..."