- a typeface imitative of upright, somewhat angular, handwriting.
Origin of ronde
1830–40; < French, noun use of feminine of rond round1
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Examples from the Web for ronde
The Place Ronde agreed with its name, for it was somewhat in form of a horseshoe.Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series
Mrs. Henry Wood
In 1736, a son of de la Ronde, visited an isle in search of copper.Montreal 1535-1914 under the French Rgime
William Henry Atherton
Up to that time no settlement had been made in the Hells Gate Ronde.
This was the first attempt made at farming in the Hells Gate Ronde.
She had risen, the last refrain of the ronde had ended in a murmur of surprise.Autumn Glory