Thesaurus / well rounded


He was a smallish man, well rounded, pleasant-faced, and inordinately proud of his name.

Unwise ChildGordon Randall Garrett

There wasn't any reason why a sporting writer shouldn't be a person of well rounded culture.

The Boy Grew OlderHeywood Broun

Brother Soulsby spoke first, very briefly and in well rounded and well-chosen, if conventional, phrases.

The head is well rounded above, and the shaft tapers gradually to a slender symmetrical point.

She was short, well rounded, with a head as square as Fulaanu's was oblong, and a nose as snubby as Fulaanu's was romanesque.

The Pacific TriangleSydney Greenbie

If this were well rounded, it would, of course, be conclusive.

The exterior corners of chalk buildings are the vulnerable points, and these should therefore be well rounded off.

The nails should not be pointed, but well rounded and kept free of bits of callous skin around the base, called "hangnails."

The Complete BachelorWalter Germain

All men whose natures are well rounded and adjusted have this same idea.

A Maid of the Kentucky HillsEdwin Carlile Litsey

Each has its advantages and disadvantages, but it is necessary that both be learned in order to develop a well rounded turner.

A Course In Wood TurningArchie S. Milton and Otto K. Wohlers
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