rotund


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Synonyms for rotund

Synonyms for rotund

well-rounded and full in form

having or producing a full, deep, or rich sound

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spherical in shape

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(of sounds) full and rich

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excessively fat

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77] The portraits of actors and other theatrical celebrities range from Elizabeth, from the melodramatic costumes and faces of the contemporaries of Shakespeare, to the conventional costumes, the rotund expression, of the age of the Georges, masking a power of imaginative impersonation probably unknown in Shakespeare's day.
In the face of that perfect skin, his very fatness and mature, rotund paunch could be nothing other than normal.
Long as it has taken to tell the battle, beginning with the slaying of the Persian cat to the thrusting of the mop into Michael's jaws, so swift had been the rush of events that the passengers, springing from their deck-chairs and hurrying to the scene, were just arriving when Michael eluded the mop of the sailor by a successful dodge and plunged in on Captain Duncan, this time sinking his teeth so savagely into a rotund calf as to cause its owner to splutter an incoherent curse and howl of wrathful surprise.
You are fat with power and possession, drunken with success; and you have no more hope against us than have the drones, clustered about the honey-vats, when the worker-bees spring upon them to end their rotund existence.
It was the old story, he recognized, that the woman must pay, and it occurred when the two of them, one day, were catching the unclassified and unnamed little black fish, an inch long, half-eel and half-scaled, rotund with salmon-golden roe, that frequented the fresh water, and that were esteemed, raw and whole, fresh or putrid, a perfect delicacy.
By came a citizen, rotund, comfortable, home-hurrying, unknowing of the delights of waving silken scarfs on the borders of dimly-lit parks.
I have made the acquaintance of another one of the crew,--Louis he is called, a rotund and jovial-faced Nova Scotia Irishman, and a very sociable fellow, prone to talk as long as he can find a listener.
He was a large man, very rotund of belly and helpless looking.
A tall individual, with legs much too thin for a rotund stomach, and with watery eyes, strolled up and remarked, "Just left her -- eh?
returned Mrs Boffin, with a most rotund and glowing negative.
CYCLISTS, people of rotund shape, elderly dawdlers, dreadful drivers, forelock-tugging admirers of Lizzie Windsor and her dysfunctional brood of benefit scroungers, northerners, southerners, Brummies unfortunate enough to support Aston Villa.
One rotund lady said she was into free-form but was now cultivating the right belly for the belly dancing class.
He was a shortish rotund man with a huge personality and she was quite well spoken with blonde hair.
His namesake spent seven years at Old Trafford after signing from Porto for PS26million but was famed more for his rotund shape than his ability.
uk Food Service Ambience For one delightful hour, we were welcomed into the family of Giovanni Marabini, a rotund, jolly man and a terrific, professional restaurateur who genuinely loves his customers.