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rhom·boid

 (rŏm′boid′)
n.
A parallelogram with unequal adjacent sides, especially one having oblique angles.
adj. also rhom·boi·dal (-boid′l)
Shaped like a rhombus or rhomboid.
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Adj.1.rhomboidal - shaped like a rhombus or rhomboid; "rhomboidal shapes"
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