full circle


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full circle

adv.
Back to the starting point: We've come full circle from wealth to poverty to wealth again.
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I have seen men and women beaten by whips and clubs and fists, and I have seen the rhinoceros-hide whips laid around the naked torsos of black boys so heartily that each stroke stripped away the skin in full circle.
Had that death swept through a full circle, it must inevitably have slain me in my surprise.
Wardle invited the full circle to dinner at the Adelphi; and the decanters having been thrice sent round, opened the business.
With white armor, blazoned shield, and plume of ostrich-feathers from his helmet, he carried himself in so jaunty and joyous a fashion, with tossing pennon and curveting charger, that a shout of applause ran the full circle of the arena.
God, who turns the wheel of all the stars, touched that wheel and brought it full circle, that His dreadful justice might return.
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