Definition of rounded
1 : made round : flowing rather than jagged or angular
2 : fully developed
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.
Recent Examples of rounded from the Web
Hummingbirds lay eggs that look like Tic Tacs, owls lay nigh-perfect spheres, and sandpipers lay almost conical eggs that end in a rounded point.
Josh Jackson, Kansas (Freshman) Stats: 16.3 PPG, 7.4 RPG, 3.0 APG, 51.3% FG, 37.8% 3FG Bio: A projected top-five pick, Jackson is one of the more rounded wing players in this class.
The city has been talking with developers for about a year about the possibility of requiring concrete on the rounded bulb of the cul-de-sacs.
Debris dragged along the landscape deposited in rounded hills, or kames, along with steep ridges known as eskers and moraines; and deep holes were scooped from the earth to form kettles.
The ensemble was impressive and the Chorale created a rounded, rich, deeply colored sound.
Beyond concerns about his own situation, Joseph is worried cutting philosophy could hurt the school’s mission to empower women and offer a well-rounded education.
Members of Oracle Team USA focus on a well-rounded workout to prepare for the grueling, full-body experience of professional sailing.
Native to Brazil, this low-growing herbaceous perennial forms a rounded clump of dark amethyst purple leaves in summer.
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Definition of rounded for English Language Learners
: having a round or curving shape
: fully developed
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