• Having four equal sides and four right angles; square.
  • Marked by firm, unwavering conviction or expression; forthright.
  • Of or being a style of American residential architecture popular especially in the early 20th century, usually having two and a half stories and characterized by a square boxy shape and a four-room floor plan.
  • In a forthright manner; squarely.
  • A child's game in which each of four players stands in one of four boxes drawn on the ground in a two-by-two grid and must bounce a ball into another player's box without holding the ball or stepping out of bounds.
  • A figure with four equal sides.
  • Having four sides and four angles equal; quadrangular: as, a <em>foursquare</em> altar.
  • Having four sides and four equal angles.
  • Having four equal sides; <xref>square</xref>.
  • <xref>Solid</xref>, <xref>robust</xref>.
  • Pertaining to a four-square cipher.
  • A boxy style of domestic architecture with four rooms to a floor, one of which is usually a stair hall.
  • Pertaining to the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel.
  • Alternative form of <xref>four square</xref>.
  • a four-square cipher
  • in a square position
  • characterized by firm and unwavering conviction
  • with firmness and conviction; without compromise
  • (geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles; a four-sided regular polygon
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