Many Words For “Four”
quad: a quadrangle. In architecture, a quadrangle is a space or a courtyard, usually rectangular in plan, the sides of which are entirely or mainly occupied by parts of a large building. For example, several universities in the U.S. have quad like yard and architecture, following the example of Oxford University.
quadrangle: a four-sided plane figure, especially a square or rectangle.
quadrant: each of four quarters of a circle.
quarter: each of four equal or corresponding parts into which something is or can be divided.
quartet: a group of four people playing music or singing together.
quadruple: increase or be increased fourfold.
quadrupedal: (of an animal) four-footed; using all four feet for walking and running.
quadruplet: each of four children born at one birth.
quadriceps: the large muscle at the front of the thigh, which is divided into four distinct portions and acts to extend the leg.
quarterly: done, produced, or occurring once every quarter of a year.
quadrille: a square dance performed typically by four couples in a rectangular formation. It was fashionable in late 18th- and 19th-century Europe.
quadrilateral: a flat geometric figure of four sides and four angles.
square: a plane figure with four equal straight sides and four right angles.
Phrases Related With Four
four by four: a vehicle with four-wheel drive.
There are only twenty-four hours in a day: This is said when one is being asked to accomplish more than is possible within the span of a single day.
between you, me and the four walls: in strict confidence
sixty-four dollar question: a crucial question expressing the basic issue on a problematical subject.
the four corners of the earth: all the different parts of the world, especially the parts that are the furthest away from you.
four sheets to the wind: extremely drunk.
on all fours: on hands and knees or (of an animal) on all four legs rather than just the hind ones.
fourth dimension: a postulated spatial dimension additional to those determining length, area, and volume.
square off: (North American) assume the attitude of a person about to fight.
love square: A love square is when four characters in a story become romantically involved with each other. I haven’t seen this happen around me but it must exist.
square peg in a round hole: it is used to describe an unusual individualist who could not fit into a niche of their society.
a square meal: a substantial, satisfying, and balanced meal.