WordNet Search - 3.1

Key: "S:" = Show Synset (semantic) relations, "W:" = Show Word (lexical) relations

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- S: (adj)
**triangular**(having three angles; forming or shaped like a triangle)*"a triangular figure"; "a triangular pyrimid has a triangle for a base"* - S: (adj) trilateral,
**triangular**, three-sided (having three sides)*"a trilateral figure"* *similar to*- S: (adj) multilateral, many-sided (having many parts or sides)
**similar to**- S: (adj) bilateral, two-sided (having two sides or parts)
- S: (adj) deep-lobed (having deep bilateral lobes)
- S: (adj) two-lobed (having two lobes)
- S: (adj) bipartite, two-part, two-way (involving two parts or elements)
*"a bipartite document"; "a two-way treaty"* - S: (adj) joint (involving both houses of a legislature)
*"a joint session of Congress"* - S: (adj) multipartite (involving more than two parties)
- S: (adj) quadrilateral, four-sided (having four sides)
- S: (adj) five-sided (having five sides)
- S: (adj) six-sided (having six sides)
- S: (adj) seven-sided (having seven sides)
- S: (adj) eight-sided (having eight sides)
- S: (adj) nine-sided (having nine sides)
- S: (adj) ten-sided (having ten sides)
- S: (adj) eleven-sided (having eleven sides)
- S: (adj) twelve-sided (having twelve sides)
- S: (adj) quadripartite, four-party (involving four parties)
- S: (adj) tetramerous (having or consisting of four similar parts; tetramerous flowers)
- S: (adj) three-cornered (involving a group or set of three)
*"a three-cornered race"* - S: (adj) three-lobed (having three lobes)
- S: (adj) four-lobed (having four lobes)
- S: (adj) five-lobed (having five lobes)
- S: (adj) many-lobed (having many lobes)
- S: (adj) palmately-lobed (having lobes radiating from a central point)
- S: (adj) trilateral,
**triangular**, three-sided (having three sides)*"a trilateral figure"* - S: (adj) tripartite, three-party, three-way (involving three parties or elements)
*"a tripartite treaty"; "a tripartite division"; "a three-way playoff"* *antonym*- W: (adj)
unilateral [Opposed to: multilateral] (involving only one part or side)
*"unilateral paralysis"; "a unilateral decision"* *derivationally related form**antonym*- W: (adj)
unilateral [Indirect via multilateral] (involving only one part or side)
*"unilateral paralysis"; "a unilateral decision"*