diamond-shaped

diamond-shaped

adj
rhombic
Translations

diamond-shaped

[ˈdaɪəməndˌʃeɪpt] ADJde forma de rombo, en forma de rombo
References in classic literature ?
It is a large, dingy room, with a sanded floor, and is lighted by windows that turn on hinges and have little diamond-shaped panes of glass.
The room, rather sparely furnished, and lighted by a single window with small diamond-shaped panes, had but two occupants; a man and a woman.
Out of a high wicker-work basket which stood by the fire there had risen a flat diamond-shaped head with wicked green eyes which came flickering upwards, waving gently from side to side, until a foot or more of glossy scaly neck was visible.
Kaa's diamond-shaped head cut the pool like a razor, and came out to rest on Mowgli's shoulder.
* its square or diamond-shaped head, was the bolt adapted to it.
The many lattices, with their small, diamond-shaped panes, admitted the sunlight into hall and chamber, while, nevertheless, the second story, projecting far over the base, and itself retiring beneath the third, threw a shadowy and thoughtful gloom into the lower rooms.
The eight-story, diamond-shaped building is set to include a rooftop deck with a greenhouse, 11,000 square feet of office space, ground-floor retail and one level of underground parking.
The model's grille is flatter, diamond-shaped, and wider than before and it has square headlamps.
This diamond-shaped mark is on the bottom of an antique white ironstone soup tureen I have.
As he began scratching, he noticed a diamond-shaped logo - indicating that he won the prize.
Covered in edible gold, the diamond-shaped sweets are filled with saffron, Madagascan vanilla, white truffle and gold flakes.
f1'aff0 Diamond-shaped face: With a diamond face, the angles of the face need to be balanced.