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Use "decagon" in a sentence
"In Friday's edition of the journal Science, Lu and Princeton physicist Paul Steinhardt report finding a set of polygon-shaped tiles — a decagon, pentagon, diamond, bowtie and hexagon — that were arranged into distinctive patterns found on major Islamic buildings from the 12th through 15th centuries."
"To put it simply, this bike climbs like a squirrel, descends like a greased squirrel on a luge, corners like a decagon, and accelerates like a methamphetamine-addicted rabbit."
"These mosaics are formed from five polygons -- a decagon, a pentagon, a lozenge, a hexagon and a triangle -- each representing a unique decorative motif."