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- n. The quality of being rotund.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being rotu�; roundness; sphericity; circularity.
- n. Hence, completeness; entirety; roundness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Roundness; sphericity; globular form.
- n. Rounded fullness; integral entireness.
- n. Synonyms See roundness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the fullness of a tone of voice
- n. the roundness of a 3-dimensional object
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Women of incredible corpulence were dawdling about through the cultivated grounds, and the doctor greatly surprised his companions by informing them that this rotundity, which is highly esteemed in that region, was obtained by an obligatory diet of curdled milk.
Also, better fed, there was about his less meagre figure a foreshadowing of the melon-seed rotundity that was to attach to him in future years.
Wikipedia describes a "bra-like device that gave a symmetrical rotundity to the wearer's breasts, patented in 1859 by Henry S. Lesher of Brooklyn, New York."
Christopher Benjamin's Falstaff is, however, no stereotypical rotundity à la Orson Welles.
Christopher Benjamin's Falstaff is, however, no stereotypical rotundity Ã la Orson Welles.
Over the years, he has maintained a pleasant rotundity, scoffing at our attempts to restrict his diet.
The popularity of error, and the unpopularity of truth;: Having special reference to the old Copernican and later Newtonian theory of the rotundity and revolution of the earth by John Hampden
It was his way of disarming, I thought, any horror I might have felt at his own pudding-like rotundity, which had trebled since I had seen him last.
As irritating as this was, I opted not to chide him, and instead simply left him to wallow in his grief and rotundity.
She was fairly plump, Carmine noted, but her rotundity had a certain seductiveness for some men, and she had a pretty face—dimples, rosy cheeks, flawless skin.