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See definition of roundabouts on Dictionary.com
  • as injaunt
  • as inouting
  • as inrun-around
  • as intour
  • as intraffic circle
  • as incircumlocution

synonyms for roundabouts

  • excursion
  • jog
  • journey
  • junket
  • picnic
  • ramble
  • safari
  • stroll
  • trek
  • adventure
  • airing
  • amble
  • beat
  • canter
  • circuit
  • constitutional
  • course
  • cruise
  • drive
  • frolic
  • gallop
  • hike
  • march
  • outing
  • patrol
  • peregrination
  • promenade
  • prowl
  • ride
  • round
  • roundabout
  • run
  • sally
  • saunter
  • tour
  • tramp
  • travel
  • trip
  • turn
  • voyage
  • walk
  • expedition
  • picnic
  • vacation
  • excursion
  • spin
  • drive
  • jaunt
  • roundabout
  • junket
  • airing
  • weekend
  • long weekend
  • pleasure trip
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How to use roundabouts in a sentence

Who do you reckon owns this house and two hundred acres o' land roundabouts?
THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINEJOHN FOX, JR.
Then there are roundabouts uncountable, and gymnasia abundant.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES
One thing which struck me most in the fte was that there were so many mnage aux chevaux (roundabouts) without any horses at all.
A FANTASY OF FAR JAPANBARON KENCHO SUYEMATSU
You have read, when a guileless little chap in roundabouts, "The Children of the Abbey," and other tales of like kidney.
KATE DANTON, OR, CAPTAIN DANTON'S DAUGHTERSMAY AGNES FLEMING
In one quarter through which we drive, they are setting up the booths and roundabouts for a Fair.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 101. SEP. 12, 1891VARIOUS
The preparations begin the day before, when the roundabouts and shooting booths are put up in the appointed field.
HOME LIFE IN GERMANYMRS. ALFRED SIDGWICK
They contained Jenkins's roundabouts and shooting-saloons, on their way to rouse the joy of life in other towns.
TALES OF THE FIVE TOWNSARNOLD BENNETT
Oh, the roundabouts at Robinson, and that delicious wedding-lunch up the tree!
THE GREY WIG: STORIES AND NOVELETTESISRAEL ZANGWILL
The boys took that for a kind of hint, and they pulled off their roundabouts and set to work with him.
THE FLIGHT OF PONY BAKERW. D. HOWELLS
Or perhaps she ran off with him to one of the closed arbors, where they drank coffee, or else to the roundabouts.
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