boxiness


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box·y

 (bŏk′sē)
adj. box·i·er, box·i·est
Resembling a box, especially in simplicity or rectangularity.

box′i·ness n.

boxiness

(ˈbɒksɪnəs)
n
the quality of being boxy
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The clever trick is that the designers have disguised the car's inherent boxiness with neat detailing like the split high-level tail lights.
I don't like the boxiness or the bright white lettering on the side, and the controls look cheap (even though they aren't).
The latest version isn't a bad looking car, particularly in a segment that has boxiness as its basic blueprint in order to maximise practicality.
The latest version is easy on the eye, even bringing an element of design flair to a segment that has boxiness as its basic blueprint.
The new redesign has smoothed out the boxiness, given it a sexier rear and a bolder chrome grill.
com Hardware The PS4 is sleek, simple and stylish, with sharp angular lines to offset its natural boxiness.
The reason why I prefer sonnets to, for example, a villanelle, is that I like the boxiness of a sonnet, I like the kind of square shoulderness and the straight lines of a sonnet, I like the connections that a sonnet makes, the way that they're not curved lines but straight ones.
Second, whether minivans embrace their essential boxiness or not, they aren't exactly cool.
The previous champion of boxiness, the Scion xB, demonstrated thatAuas youth-oriented and Japan-chic as these square vehicles areAuolder consumers liked them too.
Plant the carton in your parents' fridge, give them some time to equate orange boxiness with supermellow funtimes and then pull the switcheroo.
You also can characterize it in absences: no boxiness, no harshness; the system disappears sonically.