four (part of speech: adjective)
- According to Giotto's model, the campanile should have received a pointed top or quadrangular pyramid over the existing structure, 50 braccia in height, but because it was a German thing, and in an old- fashioned style, modern architects have always discountenanced its construction, considering the building to be better as it is. - "The Lives of the Painters, Sculptors & Architects, Volume 1 (of 8)", Giorgio Vasari.
- It was a pile of vast extent, built around three quadrangular courts, the farthest of which spread to the very verge of the gray, tall cliffs that overhung the sea; in this court was a rude tower, which, according to tradition, had contained the apartments ordinarily inhabited by our ill- fated namesake and distant kinsman, Robert Devereux, the favourite and the victim of Elizabeth, whenever he had honoured the mansion with a visit. - "Devereux, Book I.", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- He reared a long quadrangular terrace in front of Utica, but in proportion as it ascended the rampart was also heightened, and what was thrown down by the one side was almost immediately raised again by the other. - "Salammbo", Gustave Flaubert.