- circular amputation,
- circular breathing,
- circular definition,
- circular dichroism,
- circular error
Origin of circular
Examples from the Web for circular
She reassumed slave posture while Couple grabbed two magnetized clamps and a collection of circular magnets from a nearby shelf.Dungeons and Genital Clamps: Inside a Legendary BDSM Chateau|Ian Frisch|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Steve Garth, who works in Circular Quay, was inside the Cartier jewelry store near the café when the siege began.
In the background, you can see two movers rolling out a large, circular blue ISIS sign.‘Archer’ Drops ISIS: The FX Series Dumps the Spy Org’s Name in Light of Recent Events|Marlow Stern|October 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We start to argue some points but they are overly defensive and their answers are circular.
The circular trade exchange building features murals which date back to 1889.
Ring circular, smooth, its transverse section also circular.
Pores regular, circular; eight to nine on the radius of the phacoid shell, two on the breadth of each chamber.
Toward the southwestern portion of the lake is Wizard Island, 845 feet high, circular in shape, and slightly covered with timber.
Pores small and numerous, subregular, circular; some larger pores at the base.
The valve-rod, in turn, is held to a circular strap which is placed around the eccentric.Boys' Book of Model Boats|Raymond Francis Yates
late 14c., from Anglo-French circuler, Old French circuler "circular" (14c., Modern French circulaire), from Latin circularis, from circulus (see circle (n.)). The metaphoric circular firing squad is attested by 1990.
1550s, "circular figure," from circular (adj.). Meaning "a notice circulated" is from 1818.