The response was given by the orbicular spirit, who had appeared to me.
Shields also are found; some oblong and oval, and some orbicular.
Occasionally an orbicular mass of these rocks, of the size of a melon, is observed.
Some are flattened, others are orbicular or globose; in some the spiral is very pointed.
A furious tug at the bell brought down the silken rope and brought up an orbicular footman.
In all forms there is variation in the stigmata, and in the orbicular especially.
If my observations were well taken it embraces, sparingly, orbicular masses of hornblende.
orbicular, or Rotund (Fig. 132), circular in outline, or nearly so.
In orbicular forms, the fissure takes place in a stellate manner from the centre, and the teeth are reflexed.
This mass was of a flattened, orbicular shape, and its surface coated with a green oxide.
"round, circular, spherical," mid-15c., from Old French orbiculaire "round, circular," or directly from Late Latin orbicularis "circular, orbicular," from Latin orbiculus, diminutive of orbis "circle" (see orb). Related: Orbicularity.
orbicular or·bic·u·lar (ôr-bĭk'yə-lər)