Franklin circulated the monograph among his friends and correspondents.
Several versions of the story have circulated among bystanders, officials, and media.
“Sciarpelletti worked in an office where envelopes are circulated,” he told reporters.
Normal procedure is that any member country can request that a document be circulated, and the UN does it pro-forma.
Activists have circulated video of city residents — who may or may not have been noncombatants — apparently choking and gasping.
You should have seen how the excitement grew upon the streets when the news was circulated.
This information was circulated by the lady among all the passengers.
A half million copies of "The Crime against Kansas" were printed and circulated.
A rumour that he was alive in 1812, in South America, was circulated in London.
If we had no pure coin or solvent banks, counterfeit notes and bogus money could not be circulated.
1540s (late 15c. as a past participle adjective), as a chemical term for alternating vaporization and condensation, from Latin circulatus, past participle of circulare "to form a circle," from circulus (see circle (n.)). Meaning "to move around, revolve" is from 1670s; of blood, from 1650s; of persons, "to mingle in a social gathering," from 1863. Sense of "to pass about freely" is from 1660s; of newspapers from 1885. Related: Circulated; circulating.