rounded

adjective
round·​ed | \ ˈrau̇n-dəd How to pronounce rounded (audio) \

Definition of rounded

1 : made round : flowing rather than jagged or angular
2 : fully developed

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Other Words from rounded

roundedness noun

Examples of rounded in a Sentence

a countertop with rounded corners a wine with a rounded character The novel gives a rounded picture of life as an illegal immigrant in the U.S.
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Recent Examples on the Web Parents are usually those who want their children to have a more well-rounded education, Conger says. Dallas News, "International Leadership of Texas hopes to bring more than 21,000 students back to campus this fall," 18 May 2020 Other high-profile leaders have recognized the value of Red Arrow creating a well-rounded man. Chelsey Lewis, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "7 weeks of summer camp is rare in Wisconsin, but Red Arrow has continued the tradition for 100 years," 30 Jan. 2020 This designation recognizes and celebrates school districts for their support and exceptionally high commitment to music education, and for their efforts to assure access to music for all students as part of a well-rounded education. Shirley Macfarland, cleveland, "Martial arts center hosts a Kickathon to raise funds: Strong Points," 24 Apr. 2020 Sabrina Ionescu is one of the most well-rounded players on both ends of the floor. oregonlive, "Sabrina Ionescu named national player of the year by USBWA," 26 Mar. 2020 Auburn managed to survive Alabama’s flurry of 3-pointers thanks to a well-rounded effort from its rotation, with five players scoring in double figures, led by freshman Isaac Okoro, who went into attack mode to open the second half. Tom Green | Tgreen@al.com, al, "No. 11 Auburn avenges earlier loss to Alabama, survives overtime for 7th straight win," 13 Feb. 2020 Pique your kids’ interest in biology and cultivate a healthy, well-rounded understanding of bacteria and germs with this funky biology kit from Scientific Explorer. Popular Science, "Fun and fascinating science kits for kids," 10 Feb. 2020 Alabama safety Xavier McKinney is well-rounded and reliable, making him a solid candidate to take on a substantial role as a rookie. Michael Middlehurst-schwartz, USA TODAY, "NFL draft winners, losers: Cowboys, Browns continue to build top classes with Day 2 picks," 25 Apr. 2020 An example of the communication process is Mauricio Dubon, who displayed well-rounded skills late last season and is expected to be a significant part of the team once baseball resumes. John Shea, SFChronicle.com, "The day former Giant Will Clark dropped in on Gabe Kapler’s coaches’ meeting," 17 Apr. 2020

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First Known Use of rounded

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of rounded was in the 15th century

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27 May 2020

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“Rounded.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rounded. Accessed 29 May. 2020.

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rounded

adjective
How to pronounce rounded (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of rounded

: having a round or curving shape
: fully developed

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