Fans will argue that Mad Men's circularity is one of its greatest strengths.
Beauty is Nature in perfection; circularity is its chief attribute.
A hut is constructed with loose stones, ranged for the most part with some tendency to circularity.
The very essential and fundamental quality of a Roman letter lies in the squareness or circularity of its skeleton form.
The circularity of section is at first stable, but as the shrinkage proceeds the stability diminishes and at length vanishes.
But the circularity was evidently the effect of foreshortening.
Moreover that the circularity of this shadow is maintained from first to last so far as we are able to follow it.
But the circularity of this argument will appear on revising the question and asking, "Why do women's products sell so cheap?"
It is this circularity that makes it essential to assume some innate faculty of "taste."
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.