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Square

A unit of area equivalent to 100 square feet. It has historically been used to measure real estate in Australia.
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Q I have a small, squarish room with two windows on one wall and a closet on another.
The VXO house in north London, by Alison Brooks Architects, is the conversion and extension of one built in the 1960s with '70s additions, Inhabited by the clients for 15 years, it was a squarish block stepped around the periphery with a front door on the south and was set at the back of wooded sloping gardens off a steep lane.
Even though the graphics are squarish pixels rather than fluid pictures, the game is fast-moving, and you don't need a helmet or bulky pads to enjoy it.
The Titanium PowerBook sports a letterbox screen -- that is, a screen with the extra-wide aspect ratio of a movie theater screen, rather than more squarish aspect ratios of computer monitors and television sets.
Sanders arrived in 1924, and Overbeck later described him as "a squarish man with conspicuously high cheekbones and hard slate eyes.
It gave an aerial view of two boxy tanks slowly firing squarish pellets at one another.
The book itself is handsomely designed in a small, squarish format to go along with the CD.
I watched one young man painstakingly draw a border pattern, resembling a squarish spiral, which he copied from a book.
The choir today has four Samson stories, some squarish, and they may include some of the rejected seven.
A close second would be a squarish room with the width and length nearly the same and a smaller height dimension, particularly if it were half the width and length dimensions.
We got our old (small, squarish gray kind) Maytag some 20 years ago from a friend, in exchange for the use of our van and trailer for a hauling project.