"The wheel has swung the full circle now," said George one night.
One picture the complement of the other; the two exhibited the full circle of his philosophy.
He wore upon his head the war-eagle bonnet, with its full circle of plumes: the finest triumph of savage taste.
Sex-passion in her has been driven so far that it has come round "full circle" and has become sexless passion.
These two books taken together suggest an aspect from which it may be profitable to consider Mrs. Hamilton's Full Circle.
Bruce Gordon had now managed to make a full circle, back to his beginnings on Mars.
The dotted circle is drawn from the axial line of the drill as a centre, while the full circle is drawn from b as a centre.
I swung a full circle—and to my horror I felt the axe plunging into soft flesh and crunching on a bone.
Werner von Orseln, the eldest and gravest of all, glanced round the full circle of his mess.
The advanced edges of the flutes are all full circle, so as to maintain the diameter of the drill and keep the tool steady.