Examples of rotunda in a Sentence
We stood inside the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol Building.
Recent Examples of rotunda from the Web
Thirteen protesters demanding removal of the Christopher Columbus statue from the rotunda at California's Capitol were arrested Monday, authorities say.
Portraits of Lurleen Wallace and her husband, four-time Alabama governor George Wallace, were moved in 2015 from the rotunda to the hall leading to the Secretary of State's Office.
Outside, a figure of young Abe poses on a rock, eyes gazing across the museum rotunda toward a model of his future home, the White House.
The United Daughters of the Confederacy urged the creation of a Davis statue in the capitol rotunda in Frankfort, Kentucky in 1934, according to the historic properties commission.
Dressed in matching green T-shirts, scores of employees with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees packed into the Capitol rotunda, chanting and waving protest signs.
The cemetery for war dead outside Kobani, on the border with Turkey, has a towering marble altar pavilion, elaborate and decorative, and a massive rotunda is under construction.
O’Rourke addressed the volunteers in the house’s columned rotunda.
Further budget details were still being hammered out on Monday ahead of the public handshake between Mr. de Blasio and Mr. Johnson in the City Hall rotunda.
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ROTUNDA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rotunda for English Language Learners
: a large, round room and especially one covered by a dome
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