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having the shape of a curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point

not taking a direct or straight line or course

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an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution

having a circular shape

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describing a circle

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References in classic literature ?
Of course it's just the same THING; but a baby has got to be called babe or infant in a circular, the same as it is in poetry
Rebecca, do you think we'd better do as the circular says, and let Elijah or Elisha try the soap before we begin selling?
Every house has a small garden before it, with a circular path, a sun-dial, and twenty-four cabbages.
He is an exceedingly puffy little old gentleman, with big circular eyes and a huge double chin.
In shape it is nearly circular - and it is hung so that a reflection of the person can be obtained from it in none of the ordinary sitting-places of the room.
The judges were seated in a great circle about the periphery of the circular platform.
From the high dome of this mighty apartment a huge circular column extended to the floor, and as I watched I saw that it slowly revolved.
Here we discovered a spiral stairway leading up from the center of the circular room.
All around the circular space were built rock houses, set close together, each with a door in the front wall.
She wore a short skirt of red and yellow and her hair, instead of being banged, was a tangle of short curls upon which rested a circular crown of silver--much dented and twisted because the Queen had thrown her head at so many things so many times.
Ascending the second flight of stairs and crossing a short corridor, we discovered the lamp, through the open door of a quaintly shaped circular room, burning on the mantel-piece.
She arranged the tapestry behind us so as completely to shut out the light in the circular room.
On the 4th of November fifty workmen commenced digging, in the very center of the enclosed space on the summit of Stones Hill, a circular hole sixty feet in diameter.
Nearly all oblong or circular, and as if traced with the compass, they seem to form one vast archipelago, equal to that charming group lying between Greece and Asia Minor, and which mythology in ancient times adorned with most graceful legends.
One moral we have already deduced, in considering the circular or compensatory character of every human action.