In the center of the room, a circular glass table displayed a single white orchid.
I'm to wait at the circular tables outside the bookstore so that one of Jones' sidekicks can make sure this isn't an ambush.
Steve Garth, who works in circular Quay, was inside the Cartier jewelry store near the café when the siege began.
"Peering inside [these] sleek, circular contours reveals a whole lot of nothing," Steven Hyden recently wrote on Grantland.
Slim countertops had brown and white cushioned seats under them—circular and clean like backgammon pieces.
It is small, circular in shape, and reaches a central depth of 214 feet.
The pound consists of a circular fence about 130 feet broad.
These feet pressed against the ground in regular succession, by a kind of rolling, circular motion, without digging it up.
There was a circular hole at one end, stopped, when it was first seen, with cloth.
The Mandan circular community house was usually about 14 feet in diameter.
late 14c., from Anglo-French circuler, Old French circuler "circular" (14c., Modern French circulaire), from Latin circularis, from circulus (see circle (n.)). The metaphoric circular firing squad is attested by 1990.
1550s, "circular figure," from circular (adj.). Meaning "a notice circulated" is from 1818.