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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

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move in circles

form a circle around

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References in classic literature ?
A circle of men perfectly well-bred would be a company of sensible persons in which every man's native manners and character appeared.
Kasatsky belonged to those men of the eighteen-forties (they are now no longer to be found) who while deliberately and without any conscientious scruples condoning impurity in themselves, required ideal and angelic purity in their women, regarded all unmarried women of their circle as possessed of such purity, and treated them accordingly.
The circle of boys broke to let him through as he raced for'ard along the starboard side to the tight-lashed heap of trade-boxes.
A singular idea," replied Nicholl; "but it is probable that Kepler did not know the true dimensions of these circles, for the digging of them would have been the work of giants quite impossible for the Selenites.
Augustine described the nature of God as a circle whose centre was everywhere and its circumference nowhere.
And all the while the silent and wolfish circle waited to finish off whichever dog went down.
Anna had at first avoided as far as she could Princess Tverskaya's world, because it necessitated an expenditure beyond her means, and besides in her heart she preferred the first circle.
Then starting and blushing, she looked quickly round the circle, as if they had caught a glimpse into her bosom.
Then, crouching, Kerchak slunk noiselessly around the open circle, veering far away from the dead body lying before the altar-drum, but, as he passed, keeping his little, fierce, wicked, red eyes upon the corpse.
Prince Hippolyte, having brought the workbag, joined the circle and moving a chair close to hers seated himself beside her.
At that part of the circle closest to the Waziri, a constant fusillade of shots was poured into the bushes behind which the black warriors had concealed themselves.
He would cross the dry country and come to the good hunting in a third of the time that it would take to go far to the north and circle back again.
About the circle of light in the forest, in the darkness beyond, roamed hunting animals.
No work was done in the winter, and they made a practice of hibernating in the large camps like Circle City during the long Arctic night.
He thrust her off with his shoulder, and, his retreat cut off and still intent on regaining the sled, he altered his course in an attempt to circle around to it.