
Definition of Twodimensional figure
1. Noun. A twodimensional shape.
Generic synonyms: Figure
Specialized synonyms: Heart, Polygon, Polygonal Shape, Conic, Conic Section, Oblong, Hemicycle, Semicircle, Sector, Star, Paraboloid, Ellipsoid, Tree, Tree Diagram
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twodimensional Figure
Literary usage of Twodimensional figure
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Fourth Dimension Simply Explained: A Collection of Essays Selected from by Henry Parker Manning (1910)
"... straight lines; the twodimensional figure is bounded by four onedimensional
figures. It has four extreme points, corners. From another point of view, ..."
2. Transcendental Physics: An Account of Experimental Investigations from the by Johann Karl Friedrich Z̈llner, Charles Carleton Massey (1901)
"... threedimensional beings, the interior of a surface enclosed on all sides by
a line — a twodimensional figure. A twodimensional being can represent to ..."
3. The Widow's Mite and Other Psychic Phenomena by Isaac Kaufman Funk (1911)
"... threedimensional beings, the interior of a surface enclosed on all sides by
a line — a twodimensional figure. A twodimensional being can represent to ..."
4. Scientific Romances: First Series by Charles Howard Hinton (1886)
"In the case of a twodimensional figure an infinite plane represents the whole
of space. The square is separated off by four straight lines, ..."
5. The Preparation of the Child for Science by Mary Everest Boole (1904)
"... hypotenuse of a rightangled triangle and the lengths of the other two sides
till we thought of the three lines as sides of a two dimensional figure. ..."
6. Experimental Education: Laboratory Manual and Typical Results by Frank Nugent Freeman (1916)
"The task before the subject consists in making an analysis of a twodimensional
figure so that it can be apprehended as consisting of a continuous line ..."