- the condition or quality of roundness or plumpness, as of an object or person.
- fullness, as in tone or speech.
- a full or rounded tone, phrase, or the like: oratorical rotundities.
Sometimes ro·tund·ness [roh-tuhnd-nis] /roʊˈtʌnd nɪs/.
Origin of rotundity
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Examples from the Web for rotundity
That theory, however, was based upon his belief in the rotundity of the earth.
The theory of the rotundity of the earth was not born with Columbus.
What is this, then, but a proof of the rotundity of the earth?The Story of Eclipses
It was more like an elephant in bulk and rotundity than any other creature.The World of Ice
And his person, too, had the rotundity which the ratepayer demands.Ghetto Comedies
Word Origin and History for rotundity
1580s, from Latin rotunditas "roundness," from rotundus "round" (see rotund).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper