Words nearby roundhouse
How to use roundhouse in a sentence
Above-the-knee amputees can go for a prosthesis with a bionic knee joint that allows for a more familiar up-and-down running action, or one that creates a straight leg from hip to blade and requires a roundhouse stride.Para-Athletes Use Some of the Most Innovative Gear We’ve Seen|agintzler|September 10, 2021|Outside Online
At the moment, Gingrich is carefully jabbing at Romney, not throwing roundhouse punches.A Less Inflammatory Newt Gingrich Tones It Down in the Florida Primary|Howard Kurtz|January 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In the end, the Iowa roundhouse may only delay the real train wreck to come.Republican Presidential Primaries: Iowa No GOP Crystal Ball|Mark McKinnon, George Caudill|December 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
At seventeen he was transferred to the roundhouse; at nineteen he apprenticed himself to the machinist trade.Opportunities in Engineering|Charles M. Horton
Maunders, as one who had known him well remarked long afterwards, "was too crooked to sleep in a roundhouse."Roosevelt in the Bad Lands|H. Hagedorn.
The engine that has pulled it in from the road backs itself down to the roundhouse, without another thought of the train.
This is within the mountain country, and the gossip that you get around the roundhouse is all of grades.
When they were done shoving and bunting there, they had no time to run back to the roundhouse and get a rake.
British Dictionary definitions for roundhouse
- a swinging punch or style of punching
- (as modifier)a roundhouse style