Definitions of square

To
suit;
to
fit;
to
accord
or
agree.
To
square
the
yards,
to
place
them
at
right
angles
with
the
mast
or
keel.
To
square
the
circle,
to
determine
the
exact
contents
of
a
circle
in
square
measure.

To
form
with
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
to
balance;
make
even;
as,
to
square
accounts;
multiply
by
itself;
reduce
to
a
given
standard;
adjust;
regulate;
as,
to
square
our
conduct
by
a
certain
rule.

To
form
like
a
square:
to
form
with
four
equal
sides
and
angles: (
arith.)
to
multiply
by
itself: (
naut.)
to
place
at
right
angles
with
the
keel.

To
make
square;
multiply
by
itself.

To
balance,
as
accounts;
settle;
make
even.

To
cause
to
conform;
adapt.

To
accord
or
agree:
with
with;
as,
his
story
does
not
square
with
mine;
fit.

To
form
a
square;
agree.

turn
the
paddle;
in
canoeing

cause
to
match,
as
of
ideas
or
acts

To
be
at
right
angles.

To
fit;
agree.

To
form
with
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
to
reduce
to
a
square
or
to
right
angles;
to
adjust;
to
regulate;
to
make
even;
to
multiply
a
number
by
itself.

To
form
with
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
to
reduce
to
a
given
standard;
to
adjust
or
regulate;
to
balance;
to
make
even;
to
multiply
into
itself,
as
a
number;
to
suit;
to
determine
the
exact
contents
of
in
square
measure,
as
the
area
of
a
circle;
to
take
up
the
attitude
of
a
boxer.

someone
who
doesn't
understand
what
is
going
on

an
open
area
at
the
meeting
of
two
or
more
streets

the
product
of
two
equal
terms; "
nine
is
the
second
power
of
three"; "
gravity
is
inversely
proportional
to
the
square
of
the
distance"

a
hand
tool
consisting
of
two
straight
arms
at
right
angles;
used
to
construct
or
test
right
angles; "
the
carpenter
who
built
this
room
must
have
lost
his
square"

any
artifact
having
a
shape
similar
to
a
plane
geometric
figure
with
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles; "
a
checkerboard
has
64
squares"

A
figure
having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
the
result
reached
by
multiplying
a
number
by
itself;
as,
4
is
the
square
of
2;
in
a
town
or
city,
a
four
sided
space
each
of
whose
sides
is
a
street;
the
distance
along
one
of
these
sides;
as,
to
walk
three
squares;
an
open
space
bounded
by
streets
and
used
as
a
small
park;
as,
Union
Square;
a
mathematical
instrument
for
measuring
right
angles.

Squareness.

That
which
is
square:
a
square
figure:
a
four
sided
space
inclosed
by
houses:
a
square
body
of
troops:
the
length
of
the
side
of
any
figure
squared:
an
instrument
for
measuring
right
angles: (
arith.)
the
product
of
a
quantity
multiplied
by
itself.

A
square
figure;
four
sided
space
inclosed
by
houses;
square
body
of
soldiers;
instrument
for
determining
right
angles;
product
of
a
number
multiplied
by
itself.

A
figure
having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles.

Any
object
that
is
square.

A
block
or
an
open
space,
as
in
a
city.

A
figure
having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
an
area
of
four
sides,
with
houses
on
each
side;
the
content
of
a
line
squared;
a
mathematical
instrument
having
one
straight
edge
at
right
angles
to
another;
rule;
regularity;
a
square
body
of
troops;
the
product
of
a
number
multiplied
by
itself.

A
figure
having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
a
space
of
ground
having
four
straight
sides,
with
houses
fronting
inwards
erected
on
at
least
three
sides;
the
product
of
a
number
multiplied
by
itself;
an
instr.
for
drawing
straight
lines
and
tracing
right
angles;
a
body
of
troops
in
the
form
of
a
square;
level;
regularity;
rule;
conformity.

in
a
straight
direct
way; "
looked
him
squarely
in
the
eye"; "
ran
square
into
me"

with
honesty
and
fairness; "
dealt
squarely
with
his
customers"; "
always
treated
me
square"

Squarely.

(
informal)
leaving
no
balance; "
my
account
with
you
is
now
all
square"

something
approximating
the
shape
of
a
square

raise
to
the
second
power

position
so
as
to
be
square; "
He
squared
his
shoulders"

pay
someone
and
settle
a
debt; "
I
squared
with
him"

be
compatible
with; "
one
idea
squares
with
another"

rigidly
conventional
or
old
fashioned

leaving
no
balance; "
my
account
with
you
is
now
all
square"

having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles
or
forming
a
right
angle; "
a
square
peg
in
a
round
hole"; "
a
square
corner"

The
corner,
or
angle,
of
a
figure.

A
parallelogram
having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles.

Hence,
anything
which
is
square,
or
nearly
so

A
square
piece
or
fragment.

A
pane
of
glass.

A
certain
number
of
lines,
forming
a
portion
of
a
column,
nearly
square; 
used
chiefly
in
reckoning
the
prices
of
advertisements
in
newspapers.

One
hundred
superficial
feet.

An
area
of
four
sides,
generally
with
houses
on
each
side;
sometimes,
a
solid
block
of
houses;
also,
an
open
place
or
area
for
public
use,
as
at
the
meeting
or
intersection
of
two
or
more
streets.

An
instrument
having
at
least
one
right
angle
and
two
or
more
straight
edges,
used
to
lay
out
or
test
square
work.
It
is
of
several
forms,
as
the
T
square,
the
carpenter's
square,
the
try
square.,
etc.

Hence,
a
pattern
or
rule.

The
product
of
a
number
or
quantity
multiplied
by
itself;
thus,
64
is
the
square
of
8,
for
8 /
8 =
64;
the
square
of
a +
b
is
a2 +
2ab +
b2.

Exact
proportion;
justness
of
workmanship
and
conduct;
regularity;
rule.

A
body
of
troops
formed
in
a
square,
esp.
one
formed
to
resist
a
charge
of
cavalry;
a
squadron.

Fig.:
The
relation
of
harmony,
or
exact
agreement;
equality;
level.

The
position
of
planets
distant
ninety
degrees
from
each
other;
a
quadrate.

The
act
of
squaring,
or
quarreling;
a
quarrel.

The
front
of
a
woman's
dress
over
the
bosom,
usually
worked
or
embroidered.

Having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
as,
a
square
figure.

Having
a
shape
broad
for
the
height,
with
rectilineal
and
angular
rather
than
curving
outlines;
as,
a
man
of
a
square
frame.

Exactly
suitable
or
correspondent;
true;
just.

Rendering
equal
justice;
exact;
fair;
honest,
as
square
dealing.

Leaving
nothing;
hearty;
vigorous.

At
right
angles
with
the
mast
or
the
keel,
and
parallel
to
the
horizon; 
said
of
the
yards
of
a
square
rigged
vessel
when
they
are
so
braced.

To
form
with
four
sides
and
four
right
angles.

To
form
with
right
angles
and
straight
lines,
or
flat
surfaces;
as,
to
square
mason's
work.

To
compare
with,
or
reduce
to,
any
given
measure
or
standard.

To
adjust;
to
regulate;
to
mold;
to
shape;
to
fit;
as,
to
square
our
actions
by
the
opinions
of
others.

To
make
even,
so
as
leave
no
remainder
of
difference;
to
balance;
as,
to
square
accounts.

To
multiply
by
itself;
as,
to
square
a
number
or
a
quantity.

To
hold
a
quartile
position
respecting.

To
place
at
right
angles
with
the
keel;
as,
to
square
the
yards.

To
accord
or
agree
exactly;
to
be
consistent
with;
to
conform
or
agree;
to
suit;
to
fit.

To
go
to
opposite
sides;
to
take
an
attitude
of
offense
or
defense,
or
of
defiance;
to
quarrel.

To
take
a
boxing
attitude; 
often
with
up,
sometimes
with
off.

Having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
forming
a
right
angle;
as,
a
square
corner;
having
a
broad
shape
with
straight
outlines;
as,
square
shoulders;
true;
upright;
honest;
just;
as,
a
square
deal;
balanced;
settled;
as,
our
account
is
square;
colloquially,
full
or
satisfying;
as,
a
square
meal;
changed
from
a
unit
of
length
to
a
unit
of
area
bounded
by
four
sides
of
the
same
length
as
the
original
unit
of
length;
as,
a
square
yard.

Having
four
equal
sides
and
angles:
forming
a
right
angle:
having
a
straight
front
or
an
outline
formed
by
straight
lines.

Having
four
equal
sides
and
angles;
forming
a
right
angle;
just;
fair.

Being
a
square.

Characterized
by
a
right
angle.

Just;
equitable.

Balanced;
even.

Solid;
satisfying.

Having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
forming
a
right
angle;
having
a
frame
formed
with
straight
lines;
fair;
just;
exactly
suitable;
leaving
no
balance;
at
right
angles
with
a
vessel's
keel.

Having
four
equal
sides
and
four
right
angles;
forming
a
right
angle;
having
a
straight
front;
not
curved
or
round;
fitting;
that
does
equal
justice;
suitable;
even;
not
leaving
a
balance;
stout;
well
set;
right
or
honest,
as
on
the
square,
square
dealing.
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