Definition of "tetrahedral" [tet•ra•he•dral]

  • (adjective) Of or relating to a tetrahedron.
  • (adjective) Having four faces.

Use "tetrahedral" in a sentence

  • "The lugsails are arranged in a tetrahedral, that is, each of the four lugsails is oriented exactly 109.47 degrees from the other three."
  • ""That's a different kind," the Forecaster answered, "it's called a tetrahedral kite, and was invented by Dr. Alexander Graham Bell."
  • "The tetrahedral vessel would bounce and land on one of its faces, and one or the other of them would be right-side up and in a position to help the others."

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