The act of becoming perpendicular to something, usually the floor.
My alarm kept going off this morning but I just couldn't gather enough energy to perpendiculate myself.
by Nick S December 6, 2004
(adj.) ridiculously perpendicular
The word was first coined in a Math class. It is usually used to refuse the fact that a pair of lines are perpendicular to each other.
A: Finally, I know how to prove those lines perpendicular to each other.
B: No way!!!
A: Look for yourself.
B: Yeah, I see. They're perpendiculous.
by Keen Lam Nguyen August 22, 2008
1. The field between two lines that are not paralell.
2. Activity within such a field.
1. The perpendiculation between the two avenues is occupied by a vacant lot at the tip and a residential area at its base.
2. The perpendiculation of the speedometer indicates the vehicular acceleration and deceleration.
by Julian Steptoe November 5, 2007
A person directly from you who is a dick, ridiculous, and thinks their perfect.
This perpendiculous guy is about to get me pissed off.
by Clenton March 9, 2017
The state of not being able to snap to a perpendicular line in CAD software when you know it should.
Hey, this lines perpendiculous - it wont snap.
by xybercideon November 23, 2004
Extremely or absurdly straight either spatially or in lidestyle. Derived from combining perpendicular and ridiculous.
He was so perpendiculous that he would not take a small glass of wine as a toast.
by Peter Chuck November 27, 2007
Forming a 90 degree angle with the ground.
"The Skyscraper was perpendiculated to the street."

"The ships mast ran perpendiculated to the waves."
by Raled Lamundsen November 18, 2013