- four-square (adj.)
- c. 1300, "having four equal sides," from four + square (adj.).
As an adverb, in figurative use, "forthrightly, honestly" from 1845.
- 1. I went through about four years of being addicted to video games.
- 2. The key issue was whether the four defendants acted dishonestly.
- 3. She denied the murder of four children who were in her care.
- 4. Four of them had gone off to find help.
- 5. Remove the meat with a fork and divide it among four plates.
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