Definition of triangularity in English:

triangularity

Pronunciation /trīˌaNGɡyəˈlerədē/ /traɪˌæŋɡjəˈlɛrədi/

noun

See triangular

‘That is to say - to adopt for a moment a Platonic sounding idiom - goodness is partially definitive of Godhood, as youngness is partially definitive of puppyhood and as three-sidedness is partially definitive of triangularity.’
  • ‘This paper describes and tests several algorithms for calculating ellipticity, rectangularity, and triangularity shape descriptors.’
  • ‘One then could know a priori through the mentally instantiated property the features of triangles, which instantiate triangularity.’
  • ‘Such drop in electron thermal diffusivity at the positive shear region was also observed in the high beta-p mode plasmas at high triangularity.’