cornerwise

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cor·ner·wise

 (kôr′nər-wīz′) also cor·ner·ways (-wāz′)
adv.
1. With a corner toward the front.
2. So as to form a corner.
3. From corner to corner; diagonally.

cornerwise

(ˈkɔːnəˌwaɪz) or

cornerways

adv, adj
with a corner in front; diagonally

cor•ner•wise

(ˈkɔr nərˌwaɪz)

also cor•ner•ways

(-ˌweɪz)

adv.
diagonally.
[1425–75]
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