circular[ sur-kyuh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF circular
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIRCULAR
Circular windows at this period came into vogue in the gables of churches.
Fore and aft were circular partitions of steel, like drumheads.
What if the orbit of Darwinism should be a little too circular?
In this case the connecting-rod R is made in a circular piece.
It consists of a circular piece of brass drilled out, as shown.
As a rule the apses are circular within and polygonal without.
There was the circular landing-grid, rearing skyward for nearly a mile.
The effect is the same in both cases—a circular vessel is produced.
Then the company went down the circular iron staircase to the studio.
Not a spider could be seen near the shining, circular doors.