Origin of circumambient
Related formscir·cum·am·bi·ence, cir·cum·am·bi·en·cy, nouncir·cum·am·bi·ent·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for circumambient
As he smoked his favorite weed, the circumambient gray was as a smudge in the midst of a fruiting orange grove.Edith and John|Franklin S. Farquhar
He clutched feebly at the circumambient darkness for expedients.The Plattner Story and Others|H. G. Wells
“He knows it,” shouted Aristide with a delighted gesture which nearly cast Jean to the circumambient geese.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
Aristotle, that it is the ultimate superficies of the circumambient body, contiguous to that which it doth encompass.Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
That must be a pernicious agitation of the circumambient atmosphere, which conduces not to the benefit of any individual.