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Synonyms for circle

Synonyms for circle

a closed plane curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point or something shaped like this

a course, process, or journey that ends where it began or repeats itself

a group of people sharing an interest, activity, or achievement

a particular social group

to move or cause to move in circles or around an axis

Synonyms for circle

ellipse in which the two axes are of equal length

something approximating the shape of a circle

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movement once around a course

a road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island

street names for flunitrazepan

a curved section or tier of seats in a hall or theater or opera house

any circular or rotating mechanism


move in circles

form a circle around


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Many drum circles have a music guide called a facilitator who leads the group in discovering rhythms.
Lit circles have been identified as a means of developing this collaborative process in the classroom.
A dense planet should have a more circular shape Like the paper circles, as a planet spins on its axis, an apparent outward force tugs away from the center, flattening out the planet Denser planets have a stronger gravity to counteract the outward tug, so they tend to be more circular.
Like most people, I thought dark circles were caused by hard partying, working late, being tired or simple allergies.
Therefore, the sky should contain six pairs of matching circles on which all the physical data, including the temperature waves in the WMAP data, are identical.
Finally, after this group of four finds out what they have in common, they raise their hands and join another group of four, for a total of eight, now standing inside one of the Raccoon Circles spread around on the floor.
We call the drill "Team Fly" and, as you can see in the diagram, it is run on a 50-yard field marked with seven lined circles each of which is eight yards in diameter.
Panahi's camera finds women trapped in hospital locker rooms and box offices; it circles around factories, bus stations, and jail cells, reinforcing a sense of impeded lives and social isolation.
hired SOM to develop Columbus Circle as well as other circles around Central Park.
THERE MAY WELL be something other-worldly and mystical about the phenomenon known as crop circles.
Packing circles within a circle turns a mathematical surprise
Figure 8 Group Juggle: two circles of players stand close to each other resembling a Figure 8.
Since the late 1970s, farmers in southern England looking out on their wheat fields in the morning have sometimes been startled to find large circles and other geometric patterns neatly flattened into the crops.
Efficient replication of DNA from pre-formed circles or from circles created as an initial step in the assay is critical to the success of RCA-based diagnostics.