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scalenum

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scalenum (not comparable)

  1. (obsolete, of a triangle) scalene.
    • 1712, Henry Curzon, The Universal Library Or, Compleat Summary of Science, p. 152
      "A Triangle is that which is comprehended by three Right Lines. It is distinguished from the Sides or from the Angles. In respect of the Sides a Triangle is, 1. The Isopleuron Triangle which hath three equal Sides; 2. An Isosceles which hath two equal Sides; and 3. A Scalenum whose three Sides are all unequal."