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ronde

[rond]
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noun Printing.
  1. 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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Historical Examples

  • 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.

  • Up to that time no settlement had been made in the Hells Gate Ronde.

    Then and Now

    Robert Vaughn

  • This was the first attempt made at farming in the Hells Gate Ronde.

    Then and Now

    Robert Vaughn

  • She had risen, the last refrain of the ronde had ended in a murmur of surprise.

    Autumn Glory

    Ren Bazin