Geometrically, it is a cube being forced into a rhomboid by the fault.
Each panel was a rhomboid, and none of the sides or mouldings were at right angles to each other.
Then came Dr. rhomboid's verdict, followed by my visit to Cornwall.
The surface of a rhomboid is equal to the surface of a rectangle having the same base and altitude.
It is nearly a year since I came here, and a year was all Dr. rhomboid gave me to live.
A dwarf Acacia, with rhomboid downy phyllodia, an inch long, grew between the rocks.
Occasionally they are elongated and flattened; they then assume the form of a rhomboid.
I am simply telling you what Dr. rhomboid told me last night.
Pure eserine is colourless or slightly rose coloured; it crystallises in thin lamin having a rhomboid form.
Each individual ring square or rhomboid, with one transverse arch in the shorter axis, forming two meshes.
rhomboid rhom·boid (rŏm'boid') or rhom·boi·dal (rŏm-boid'l)
Resembling a parallelogram having unequal adjacent sides.