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Somewhat or almost square.


(ˈskwɛər ɪʃ)

approximately square.
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Adj.1.squarish - somewhat square in appearance or form
square - having four equal sides and four right angles or forming a right angle; "a square peg in a round hole"; "a square corner"
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The C3 has the squarish but strong body shape and the Airbumps on the side just like the Cactus, only smaller and more colourful.
It is mostly squarish with wide sliding windows and doors.
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A horizontal canvas measuring approximately ten by nineteen feet was a hazy, primary--and secondary-colored beast bleeding off the edges, its middle more defined, like some Futurist meta-machine; while a roughly thirteen-foot, squarish composition recalled Joan Mitchell's levitating tangles with its rhythmically shredded curtain form in cross-faded Popsicle tones.
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I have not met Mischa Barton, but I want to wear the greenish-blue Chloe dress she wore on a red carpet, and to have her cute squarish cheekbony face with the cute squarish smile, and to talk in her unlikely fake California accent with the British undertones.
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