Pronunciation of Round
/ɹˈa͡ʊnd/, /ɹˈaʊnd/, /ɹ_ˈaʊ_n_d/
Synonyms for round:
whistle-stop tour, stay away, zaftig, revolution, grand tour, cold call, plumpish, roly-poly, globoid, ammunition, dull, flying visit, pass by, brace, ringing, conducted tour, courtesy call, house-to-house, pilgrimage, steak, angular, route, fight, semifinal, semicircular, sojourn, charm offensive.
pudgy, arc, curvature, Consecution, look-in, shave, tubby, resounding, rut, rearward, frequency, door-to-door, series, procession, plangent, hand, detour, step, sonorous, obtuse, throughout, load, syndrome, backwards, resonant.
train, visit, sequence.
Other synonyms and related words:
loop, turn, globular, rung, ring, circle, stave, bout, routine, track, tour, troll, replete, spoke, around, circuit, flat, orbit, course, about, beat, rundle, route, revolution, cycle, ringlike, good, wheel, full, series, annular, go, lap, plump.
ball-shaped; semicircular area (adjective)
full-bodied, ample in size (adjective)
resonant, rich in sound (adjective)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
whistle-stop tour, open house, visit, conducted tour, courtesy call, flying visit, look-in.
Sense 13 (noun)
cycle, stage (noun)
globe, ball; semicircular area (noun)
circle, circular, moonlike, daily round, inexact, ringlike, global, globose, round out, coccoid, assault, brush up, one shot, discoidal, ring, lash out, spheric, round down, labialize, labialise, orbiculate, turn, rhythm, round of golf, cumuliform, polish, ball-shaped, beat, encircle, disklike, cycle, polish up, bout, bulblike, around, pear-shaped, snipe, stave, capitate, rotund, rung, globular, nutlike, assail, roundish, fill out, full, round off, orbicular, discoid, bulbous, environ, round of drinks, unit of ammunition, orotund, moon-round, spherical, attack, surround.
buffets, consoles, coffee tables, bars, tables, desks, lamp stands, nightstands, counters, Benches, tea tables, workbenches, sideboards, kitchen tables, dressers, turntables, dining tables, captain's tables.
unit of ammunition (noun)
make curved; remove angles (verb)
turn; encircle (verb)
Usage examples for round:
- Oh, I'll go and talk him round, never fear. - "Tom Brown at Oxford", Thomas Hughes.
- By the way, there are several round there you won't get to agree with you on that head." - "The Triumph of Hilary Blachland", Bertram Mitford.
- " If they don't turn round and go back," said Ellhorn. - "With Hoops of Steel", Florence Finch Kelly.