The theory of the rotundity of the earth was not born with Columbus.
That theory, however, was based upon his belief in the rotundity of the earth.
At this time the rotundity of the earth was generally admitted.
What is this, then, but a proof of the rotundity of the earth?
Mr. Andrew Micklewhame was a middle-aged man, with a rotundity of corpus, and a bachelor to boot.
And his person, too, had the rotundity which the ratepayer demands.
This rotundity of corporation was, however, supported by as fine a pair of Atlas legs as ever were worn by a Bath chairman.
The Dutch by the rotundity of their heads and the weakness of the hair.
Catching sight of a stranger whose clothes and rotundity were slightly ridiculous, Tryphera tapped him on the shoulder.
Its eyes were said to have been of the size (and rotundity) of a Macedonian shield.