- a circle or sphere.
- a graceful curving or roundness.
Origin of rondure
1590–1600; < French rondeur, derivative of rond round1
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Examples from the Web for rondure
I could see no line the run of which gave me warrant that it was comprised in the rondure of a ship.Old Junk
H. M. Tomlinson
"Rondure" is common; "rampire" is in Dryden even; "to port" and "ported," and, of course, "natheless" are accepted.The Life of Francis Thompson
Her wide white lids downcast over her great eyes, her long lashes almost sweeping the rondure of her cheek, she looked a Madonna.Famous Authors (Men)
E. F. (Edward Francis) Harkins
Her rondure floats against the distant cohorts of the constellations.The Masque of the Elements
- a circle or curve
- roundness or curvature
C17: from French rondeur, from rond round
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