Shaped like a circle or cylinder
Scottish. More fully rown-fluke. The turbot, Scophthalmus maximus.
Search far and wide (physically or mentally)
Loiter; wait around
a small round window
A circle; something circular in form; (Scottish) specifically a circular window (obsolete).
In extended use. A lot consisting of mixed grades of cotton. Frequently attributive and as adverb, with reference to the system of trading cotton in such lots at average prices based on sampling. Now chiefly historical.
The horizontal camber of the wing transom in a sailing ship.
A log that has not been trimmed or squared; also attributive designating a dwelling made from logs of this type.
A unit of trade consisting of a round quantity of the commodity being traded; (US Stock Market) a unit of one hundred shares.
The act of rounding something off. Compare to round off.
The smooth, curving descent made by an aircraft as it prepares to land.
Nautical. A platform, typically circular, around a masthead of a sailing ship.
In all respects
Having a great many abilities or uses; versatile
Coax or persuade (someone) to do or allow something that they initially do not want to
Make a sudden verbal attack on
(Of bowling) performed with an outward horizontal swing of the arm
A systematic gathering together of people or things
A cut of meat taken from an inner section of a round of beef
a cattle round-up
Of, belonging to, or designating the earliest of a series of rounds or stages into which a sporting competition, set of negotiations, selection process, etc. is divided.
A look or search round a place.
Attributive = round-arched.
A round-arm delivery.
Packed or made into cylindrical bales.
A machine that compresses a crop into cylindrical bales.
Designating a hook with a semicircular bend, causing the point to run up parallel to the shaft running down.
A hull which is curved or rounded (as opposed to angular or stepped); frequently attributive, especially designating such a hull or a boat built with one.
= short bone.
A book consisting of a collection of rounds, a songbook.
Attributive = round-celled.
Shipbuilding. A camber in any of the timbers of a sailing ship, especially in the beams of the deck from one side of the ship to the other.
Originally Scottish a dozen exactly; compare sense 12.
Having round ears or ear-like appendages. In later use chiefly Zoology, in the names of mammals with rounded ears.
Having round eyes; specifically wide-eyed with astonishment or incomprehension.
Having a round face.
(With the) a waste-paper bin.
A loose-fitting overgarment, especially one worn by agricultural labourers.
Coarsely ground oatmeal (or occasionally meal of another grain).
A vertebrate of the subclass Cyclostomata, which comprises the jawless fishes such as lampreys; a cyclostome.
Fitted with round panes of glass.
A city in central Texas, north of Austin; population 104,446 (est. 2008)
(In sailmaking) a seam used to join pieces of canvas, made by laying the edges together without overlapping.
A tool with a curved blade, often two-handled, used for shaping wood and for making incisions in tree trunks in order to collect sap.
That has a rounded sole or soles; (Woodworking) designating a plane or spokeshave with a rounded sole, used for planing concave surfaces.