Examples of rotund in a Sentence
a rotund little man who, predictably, was asked to play Santa every year
the actor's distinct baritone and his clear and rotund elocution are especially effective in dramatic readings
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The mild-mannered Rouhani, a rotund cleric known for his constant smile, put a fresh, moderate face on Iran’s foreign policy.
Is that perfect hen-and-chicks, all cute and rotund, really so much to ask for?
The green and rotund Slimer—whom director Ivan Reiter has referred to as a tribute to comedian John Belushi—was sculpted out of foam and performed by a puppeteer, then overlaid into scenes with actors.
By Jon Tayler Don’t let his rotund physique fool you: Bartolo Colon is a top-notch athlete.
Off set, rotund actors practiced front flips onto a dusty mat.
But the National Park Service takes special care of the dwindling number of trees from the original shipment, their woody masses rotund and saggy, their blossoms dull with age.
Standing guard over them is a rotund pirate with a lewd grin and a pistol tucked in his waistband.
Beetle’s cast includes the title character, a lanky goof-off whose eyes are always covered by the visor of his hat or helmet; his rotund nemesis, Sgt.
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ROTUND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rotund for English Language Learners
: fat and round
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