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Synonyms of 'round'

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in the sense of rotund
Definition
round and plump
A rotund gentleman appeared.
in the sense of rotund
the wonderfully rotund tones of the presenter
Synonyms
orotund,
reverberant
in the sense of rounded
full of rounded, believable and interesting characters
Synonyms
in the sense of sequence
Definition
an arrangement of two or more things in a successive order
the sequence of events that led to the murder
in the sense of session
Definition
any period devoted to a particular activity
Ten players have failed drug tests following a training session.
in the sense of session
Definition
a series or period of such meetings
an emergency session of parliament
in the sense of shell
Definition
a small-arms cartridge
the whistling screech of an enemy shell
in the sense of shot
Definition
small round lead pellets used in shotguns
These guns are lighter and take more shot for their size.
in the sense of skirt
Definition
to go around the outer edge of (something)
She skirted around the edge of the room to the door.
Synonyms
go round,
walk round,
in the sense of solid
Definition
of the same substance all through
The taps appeared to be made of solid gold.
Synonyms
unalloyed,
unmixed,

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