boxy

[bok-see]
adjective, boxier, boxiest.
like or resembling a box, especially in shape: a boxy little house.

Origin:
1860–65; box1 + -y1

boxiness, noun
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boxy (ˈbɒksɪ)
 
adj
squarish or chunky in style or appearance: a boxy square-cut jacket

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Example sentences
The type was considered to be heavy and boxy looking.
Hodges pointed from the overlook to a boxy telescope, still under construction.
As the fig trees were perfect that grew all into one boxy wreath round the dry
  fountain the kids on rented bicycles circled madly.
It's boxy and angular, which doesn't match the style of the rest of the drawing.
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