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an·gu·late

 (ăng′gyə-lĭt, -lāt′)
adj.
Having angles or an angular shape.
tr. & intr.v. (-lāt′) an·gu·lat·ed, an·gu·lat·ing, an·gu·lates
To make or become angular.

an′gu·late·ly adv.

angulate

adj
having angles or an angular shape
vb
to make or become angular
[C18: from Late Latin angulāre to make angled, from Latin angulus angle1]
ˈanguˌlated adj

angulate


Past participle: angulated
Gerund: angulating

Imperative
angulate
angulate
Present
I angulate
you angulate
he/she/it angulates
we angulate
you angulate
they angulate
Preterite
I angulated
you angulated
he/she/it angulated
we angulated
you angulated
they angulated
Present Continuous
I am angulating
you are angulating
he/she/it is angulating
we are angulating
you are angulating
they are angulating
Present Perfect
I have angulated
you have angulated
he/she/it has angulated
we have angulated
you have angulated
they have angulated
Past Continuous
I was angulating
you were angulating
he/she/it was angulating
we were angulating
you were angulating
they were angulating
Past Perfect
I had angulated
you had angulated
he/she/it had angulated
we had angulated
you had angulated
they had angulated
Future
I will angulate
you will angulate
he/she/it will angulate
we will angulate
you will angulate
they will angulate
Future Perfect
I will have angulated
you will have angulated
he/she/it will have angulated
we will have angulated
you will have angulated
they will have angulated
Future Continuous
I will be angulating
you will be angulating
he/she/it will be angulating
we will be angulating
you will be angulating
they will be angulating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been angulating
you have been angulating
he/she/it has been angulating
we have been angulating
you have been angulating
they have been angulating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been angulating
you will have been angulating
he/she/it will have been angulating
we will have been angulating
you will have been angulating
they will have been angulating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been angulating
you had been angulating
he/she/it had been angulating
we had been angulating
you had been angulating
they had been angulating
Conditional
I would angulate
you would angulate
he/she/it would angulate
we would angulate
you would angulate
they would angulate
Past Conditional
I would have angulated
you would have angulated
he/she/it would have angulated
we would have angulated
you would have angulated
they would have angulated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.angulate - make or become angularangulate - make or become angular    
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
Adj.1.angulate - having angles or an angular shapeangulate - having angles or an angular shape  
pointed - having a point
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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Pronotum short with median carina, disc small, paranota narrow, acutely angulate, nearly reaching tegulae, without carinae.
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Diagnosis: Head: Face distinctly angulate or with a protruding, transverse carina (best seen in lateral view); dorsal half of face narrow, not distinctly and broadly flattened or shield-like, ventral half of face lacking transverse furrows.
The following characters unite all those genera and Schuhirandella: scutellum not swollen, punctures on pronotum and scutellum absent, forecoxae not touching each other, posterior part of metepimeron not angulate, metasternum without outgrowth posteriorly, membrane cell longer than pronotum length, and distance from cell to apex of membrane distinctly shorter than cell length.
Gonostylus 96-105 [96] long, widest medially and with a slight angulate subapical heel; crista dorsalis absent; megaseta 10-12 [10] long (9).
All four are characterized by the possession of a smoothly curved distal tegular apophysis that is neither angulate nor "heeled" (Figs.
Back in the Galapagos, Sir David also visited a colony of angulate tortoises, best known for bloody "jousting" using lances on the front of their enormous shells.
Head strongly convex; anterior clypeal margin weakly reflexed, angulate on either side near distinct median emargination; sides gently arcuate, barely notched near moderately produced, obtusely rounded, haired genae; tubercles rather coarse, uniform, prominent, evenly distributed; pair of occipital oblique ridges elevated, sharp, surrounded by close, small tubercles; eyes normally developed; marginal supraocular carina very distinct.
The forced straightening of the previously bent rod tends to angulate the fracture in the direction of the curved rod.
Most beds are made for adult-sized bodies, and the way they angulate still only fits an adult, not a child," continues Roberts.
in the female the process is weak and angulate and that of the male is strong, curved, subacute and tooth-like.