rounded

[ roun-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF rounded

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROUNDED

We aim at the assurance of a rounded and permanent national life.

They rounded the point of cliffs, and the village lay before them.

Love swelled the swan-like neck, and moulded the rounded limb.

He rounded a bend of the road, and came full upon a remarkable vision.

He liked their rounded sentences, and caught their conventional phrases.

As he rounded it Frank uttered a half-suppressed exclamation.

This wind should bring her up if she has rounded Combe-Martin Point.

What they saw was a tiny, tiny mound, rounded symmetrically.

As he rounded the house to the porte-cochère, he came upon the carriage.

Cones they looked like, rather, with rounded tops and fluted walls.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ROUNDED

fuller

adjectivedeep in sound

obtuse

adjectiveblunt, not sharp
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