What is the opposite of square?

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Adjective
Opposite of having the shape or approximate shape of a square or rectangle
“Professional video applications often use nonsquare pixels.”
Adjective
Opposite of being at right angles to
“The girder is in a position parallel to the ledger and supports the opposite end of the joists.”
Adjective
Opposite of physically flat or level
“If a patio is constructed on an uneven surface, water runoff can damage outlying areas.”
Adjective
Opposite of old-fashioned or boringly conventional
“One may have wondered as the lissom ladies gracefully showcased their trendy jewelry.”
Adjective
Opposite of fair and honest in nature or one's dealings
“One possibility is that travelers have biased information on travel times of some alternatives.”
Adjective
Opposite of with both players or sides having equal scores in a game
“The scores are incredibly lopsided at half-time and bar a miracle, the Hawks have no hope of coming back from this.”
Adjective
Opposite of not fashionable or popular at a particular time
Adjective
Opposite of based on or behaving according to what is morally right and fair
“Batman is the first to break the law if he deems it unjust and the first to work against the police if they overstep the boundaries of either law or justice.”
Adjective
Opposite of substantial or generous in amount, especially of food
Adjective
Opposite of following the accepted or traditional customs
“His nonconformist work is a perfect fit for Valmorbida and Roitfeld, who are rather untraditional art dealers themselves.”
Adjective
Opposite of having or showing very strict moral attitudes
Adjective
Opposite of not offering, involving, or eager for new or stimulating things
Adjective
(of food) Opposite of leaving one with a pleasantly satiated feeling
Adjective
Opposite of easily offended or shocked, especially by sexual matters
Noun
Opposite of a person considered to be old-fashioned or boringly conventional in attitude or behavior
“He is always open to new ideas, and it is unsurprising to find out he is a liberal.”
Noun
Opposite of a thick, solid piece of something
Noun
Opposite of an old-fashioned, persnickety or ineffective person
Noun
Opposite of to or from a great distance
Verb
Opposite of to make level or equal in amount, degree, or status
“One benefit of this approach is that players always have a reason to keep playing and the only goal is to beat the previous high score.”
Verb
Opposite of to be compatible or consistent with
“She complained that a standard witness oath would conflict with an oath she had previously sworn to maintain confidentiality about meetings with her king.”
Verb
Opposite of to adapt something to be consistent with
“The warlords and diplomats are still wedded to the old false theories, therefore we shall leave them undisturbed, and deprecate discussion of them.”
Verb
Opposite of to deal with, or reach an agreement about, something
“Unfortunately, they don't clearly distinguish between the two, and in the process confound the situation.”
Verb
Opposite of to pay off what one owes
“Borrowers can choose to repudiate their debt obligations but face sanctions for doing so.”
Verb
Opposite of to form with right angles and straight lines, or flat surfaces
“You may want to round the edges with an angle grinder or other metal saw.”
Verb
Opposite of to be consistent or in agreement with
Verb
Opposite of to influence someone (usually dishonestly) in return for money
Verb
Opposite of to put right
Verb
Opposite of to cause to act dishonestly in return for money or personal gain
“The presidential candidate declared that he would drain the swamp once he was in office.”
Verb
Opposite of to make level or equal in amount, degree, or status
Verb
Opposite of make uniform in application or effect
Verb
Opposite of to pay or give what is owed
Verb
(go with) Opposite of to be consistent or in agreement with
“Surveillance footage would contradict Jessie's account of what had happened.”
Verb
Opposite of to calculate or make equal numerically
“I estimate the value of his business to be around two million dollars.”
Verb
Opposite of to hand over or transfer the amount due of (a debt, wages, etc.)
“I question whether I am within the reasonable ground to withhold the payment due to the property damage.”
Verb
Opposite of to make level
Verb
Opposite of to provide a refund or recompense
Verb
Opposite of to pay off one's debts
“I bought another car which will only serve to accumulate more debt on my credit card.”
Verb
Opposite of express remorse, regret
Verb
Opposite of to modify, especially so as to better fit a given purpose or circumstance
Adverb
Opposite of directly or exactly in a given place or location
“He would look indirectly at his target, so as to not arouse suspicion.”
Adverb
Opposite of exactly or precisely
“The frame was imprecisely placed against the other pieces and the result was less than desirable.”
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