Definition of obtuse-angled in US English:

obtuse-angled

adjective

  • Having an obtuse angle or angles.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Henry Billingsley (d. 1606), merchant and translator. From obtuse + angled, after post-classical Latin obtusangulus. Compare later obtusangular, obtusangulous, and obtuse angular.

Pronunciation

obtuse-angled

/əbˈtjuːsˌaŋɡld/