rondure[ ron-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF rondure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RONDURE
I could see no line the run of which gave me warrant that it was comprised in the rondure of a ship.
"Rondure" is common; "rampire" is in Dryden even; "to port" and "ported," and, of course, "natheless" are accepted.
Her wide white lids downcast over her great eyes, her long lashes almost sweeping the rondure of her cheek, she looked a Madonna.
Her rondure floats against the distant cohorts of the constellations.