[ round-feyst ]

  1. having a face that is round.

Origin of round-faced

First recorded in 1670–80

Words Nearby round-faced Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use round-faced in a sentence

  • One of them who called to him was a girl, round-faced and wearing eyeglasses, who appeared to be in her late teens.

  • There was a picture of Madame Lebrun with Robert as a baby, seated in her lap, a round-faced infant with a fist in his mouth.

  • A round-faced young woman peeps out of window; laughs at their words or at the romps of the children in the mounds of hay.

  • Maître Mule was a little round-faced man, forced by his physical inferiority to Populus to take out his valour by word of mouth.

    The False Chevalier | William Douw Lighthall
  • Their order given to a round-faced, olive-tinted Italian girl, the Five Travelers were free to look about them for a little.

  • The round-faced man before me smiled thoughtfully as he idly puffed his cigarette.

    The Sign of Silence | William Le Queux