- a style of handwriting in which the letters are round, full, and clearly separated.
Origin of round hand
Examples from the Web for round hand
Historical Examples of round hand
Another cut; again cleverly intercepted; then a fault and an easy, round-hand service.A Book o' Nine Tales.
Some delay until after supper, but “delays are dangerous”—Round-hand copy.
There was no occasion to give this public reprimand, this round-hand rebuke.Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St Luke
Some delay until after supper, but 'Delays are dangerous'—Round-hand copy.