from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To pronounce (a sound) with the lips in a flattened or neutral position.
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- verb linguistics, transitive To change (a
vowel) so that it is no longer round.
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I was envisioning lopsided, totally unround Oreos ... so I decided it would be better to roll it out like sugar cookies and cut them with small round cutters.
Anyway, I currently have 39 people on my list which is just a horrible, unround, messy number.
Let us examine just what the effect will be if an imperfect pivot is fitted into an unround hole jewel, and to demonstrate its action more clearly let us exaggerate the defects.
Finally, we unround about $1 billion of received fixed swaps for the quarter.
66 Blue Adept Blue Adept 67 way an unround and pointed ball was apt to do, as if it were a faithful representative of its crazy period of history, and it bounced off the Citizen's knee.
(mother-of-pearl) layer of the shell and unround perls.