They examined the tracks over an acre or more, and then strode off at an obtuse angle from our former trail.
An obtuse-angled triangle has one obtuse angle, as A, Figure 62.
Like a drunken man he stuck close to the walls, and thus crossed the obtuse angle into Rue Denfert-Rocherau.
Most of them are at an obtuse angle, while the ends of two are curved.
The second Swastika has its ends bent at an obtuse angle to the left, and at the extremities the lines taper to a point.
The curious beak is bent in the middle to form an obtuse angle.
The veins are prominent on both sides of the leaf, and branch from the midrib at an obtuse angle in a pinnate manner.
This said, he pulled out his compasses, and went on, This is an obtuse angle.
Their hooks consist of two pieces of wood or bone, forming when fixed together, an obtuse angle.
Forces acting in the direction of lines forming an obtuse angle, will also produce motion in the diagonal of a parallelogram.
obtuse angle (ŏb-ts') An angle whose measure is between 90° and 180°. Compare acute angle. |
An angle that measures more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. (Compare acute angle and right angle.)