columnar definition

  • adjective:
    • obtaining the form of a column.
    • designed with or having articles.
    • Having the form of a column.
    • Constructed with columns.
    • Formed in articles; obtaining the as a type of a column or columns; like the shaft of a column.
    • obtaining the kind of a column
    • described as columns
    • obtaining the model of a column.
    • Constructed with or having columns.
    • obtaining the shape of a column.
    • Constructed with articles.
    • created in articles; having the kind of a column or articles; just like the shaft of a column.
    • having the form of a column
    • characterized by columns
  • others:
    • getting the type of a column; created in articles; such as the shaft of a column.
    • Of or pertaining to articles, or even a column.
    • In geology, divided into columns, by tension-joints, as is regular in flows of basalt. The large's Causeway, in Ireland, is a famous instance.
    • Arranged, written, or imprinted in columns, like in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc., composing.
    • obtaining the form of a column; created in articles; such as the shaft of a column.
    • Of or related to articles, or to a column.
    • In geology, split into columns, by tension-joints, as it is frequent in flows of basalt. The monster's Causeway, in Ireland, is a famous instance.
    • organized, written, or printed in articles, such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc., composing.

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