roundish


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round·ish

 (roun′dĭsh)
adj.
Somewhat round.

round′ish·ness n.

roundish

(ˈraʊndɪʃ)
adj
somewhat round

round•ish

(ˈraʊn dɪʃ)

adj.
somewhat round.
[1535–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.roundish - somewhat round in appearance or form
circular, round - having a circular shape
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References in classic literature ?
Be easy on that score; a roundish sum, it is true, but not too exorbitant.
There were gullies and ravines, and holes like gravel-pits, cut in ice; lumps and scattered pieces frozen down to the original floor of the floe; blotches of old black ice that had been thrust under the floe in some gale and heaved up again; roundish boulders of ice; saw-like edges of ice carved by the snow that flies before the wind; and sunken pits where thirty or forty acres lay below the level of the rest of the field.
The walls consisted of one or two rows of roundish stones with a superstructure made of mudbricks and wooden elements.
These endocasts approximated the size and shape of brains contained within the braincases, and as Homo sapiens evolved over time, the researchers found a gradual change from an elongated endocranial shape to the more roundish one we have today.
Describe the project you are working on now: It's roundish.
At 91x the roundish galaxy coffers a small, slightly enhanced core and fills much of the triangle.
7 Blade of paramere without apical spine with apex narrowly roundish, inner margin distinctly wavy with prominent depression on upper outer margin; 1stgonocoxae on posterior margin distinctly depressed at anterior angle; spermathecal bulb with two finger-like processes .
B-scan showed a roundish dark lesion behind the globe wall [Figure 1]b.
I launched into my usual explanation --how the cause is unknown, how it is roundish but not a fungus, how it usually has no systemic significance, and so on.
I launched into my usual explanation--how the cause is unknown, how it is roundish but not a fungus, how it usually has no systemic significance, and so on.
The roundish shapes (a quarter of the harvest) ranked second, followed by baroque-like and other pearl shapes (Table 1 and Fig.