noun English History.
Examples from the Web for roundhead
"He was all things to all men;" could aid a smuggler, drink with a Cavalier, pray with a Roundhead.The Buccaneer|Mrs. S. C. Hall
Yet fortunately, many of its ancient monuments and furnishings escaped the wrath of the Roundhead iconoclasts.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
My trees are troubled with root aphis, roundhead borer and leaf-roller.The Apple|Various
Who neither love for fashion nor for fear,As far from Roundhead as from Cavalier.
John Adams, in another land, would surely have been a courtier—a Cavalier rather than a Roundhead.Greenwich Village|Anna Alice Chapin
British Dictionary definitions for roundhead
Word Origin for Roundhead
Word Origin and History for roundhead
"adherent of the Parliamentary party in the English Civil War," 1641, so called for their custom of wearing the hair close-cropped, in contrast to the flowing curls of the cavaliers.