Definitions:Arrangement of five petals or leaves, of which two are exterior, two interior, and the fifth partly exterior, partly interior.
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Usage examples:It was a fine old house, roomy, airy, bright, sunny, cheerful, with large apartments and a capital play- ground, formed by that old- fashioned device, a quincunx of linden trees, under whose shade we carried on very Amazonian exercises, fighting having become one of our favorite recreations.
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