### 1. equilateral

**adjective.** having all sides or faces equal.

#### Antonyms

- incommensurate

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### Words that Rhyme with Equilateral Triangle

### Example sentences of the word equilateral-triangle

1. **Noun Phrase**

Fold one side of the **equilateral triangle** of felt up by 1 inch.

2. **Noun Phrase**

If there are, it is an **equilateral triangle**, and all three angles are the same size.

3. **Noun Phrase**

Take the longer boards and arrange them into an **equilateral triangle** around the first triangle you made.

4. **Noun Phrase**

Place three of the boards together to form an **equilateral triangle**.

### 2. equilateral

**noun.** a figure whose sides are all equal.

#### Antonyms

- incomparable

### 3. triangle

**noun.** ['ˈtraɪˌæŋgəl'] a three-sided polygon.

#### Synonyms

- right triangle
- equilateral triangle
- equiangular triangle
- trilateral
- cuneus
- acute triangle
- obtuse triangle
- obtuse-angled triangle
- isosceles triangle
- acute-angled triangle
- polygonal shape
- scalene triangle
- oblique triangle
- right-angled triangle
- trigon
- polygon
- wedge

#### Antonyms

- right triangle
- unfasten
- dislodge
- sharpness

#### Etymology

- triangle (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

### 4. triangle

**noun.** ['ˈtraɪˌæŋgəl'] a percussion instrument consisting of a metal bar bent in the shape of an open triangle.

#### Synonyms

- percussion instrument

#### Antonyms

- nonreciprocal
- convex polygon

#### Etymology

- triangle (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

### 5. triangle

**noun.** ['ˈtraɪˌæŋgəl'] any of various triangular drafting instruments used to draw straight lines at specified angles.

#### Antonyms

- decompress

#### Etymology

- triangle (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

### 6. Triangle

**noun.** a small northern constellation near Perseus between Andromeda and Aries.

### 7. triangle

**noun.** ['ˈtraɪˌæŋgəl'] something approximating the shape of a triangle.

#### Synonyms

- shape

#### Antonyms

- dullness
- angularity

#### Etymology

- triangle (Old French (842-ca. 1400))