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polyhedron
used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

2 uses
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Definition
a solid shape made of flat faces
  • An edifice is no longer an edifice; it is a polyhedron.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (75% in)
  • Let the reader picture to himself a series of visages presenting successively all geometrical forms, from the triangle to the trapezium, from the cone to the polyhedron; all human expressions, from wrath to lewdness; all ages, from the wrinkles of the new-born babe to the wrinkles of the aged and dying; all religious phantasmagories, from Faun to Beelzebub; all animal profiles, from the maw to the beak, from the jowl to the muzzle.
    1.1.5 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 5 — Quasimodo (19% in)

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