One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The site is squarish, sloping from north to south, on a corner of two roads in an area where nineteenth- and twentieth-century villas are scattered lightly through the woods.’
- ‘The canvas is covered with squarish patches of paint, a lot of them light blue but also greens, yellows, oranges and reds.’
- ‘The Horned Grebe is a small grebe with a straight bill, thick neck, and squarish head.’
- ‘Grill rashers of smoked streaky bacon until crisp and cut into small squarish pieces.’
- ‘He had a stern, squarish jaw, and a rather crooked nose.’
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