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round out


  1. to make or become bigger or plumper; fill out, esp so as to be symmetrical
  2. to round up (a number)

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To round out the range of declared-sovereignties that exist, there is one that has gained legitimacy in the eyes of the world.

Just enough time in barrel means a balanced excellent wine with great acid and structure to “round out” the taste in the mouth.

Bea Arthur, Diahann Carroll, Art Carney, and Harvey Korman round out the main cast.

Denis Leary, Martin Sheen, and Sally Field really round out the ensemble well.

A televised debate called “The Implications of the Arab Spring” will round out a full day of geopolitical dialogue.

But, alas, how many Presidents they have to have in these Spanish republics to round out the tally with Destiny!

Another reason for our coming round out of our course when we came to forests was because but little food was found in them.

But for many of these years I had been cherishing a dream that I felt must come true to round out my days most satisfactorily.

Having done so, one after another in succession steamed rapidly round out of gunshot, to return again and fire as before.

To beat Belden, therefore, meant to round out the school year with pennants in three major sports.


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