Definition of Semiround
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Semiround
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1. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association (1858)
"There are but few remains,—a semiround tower, a square tower, and some connecting building?; but the ruin is one of great beauty, and is well worth}- more ..."
2. The Conservation of Water by John Lathrop Mathews (1910)
"So enclosed concrete conduits built of semiround forms of concrete — piping, really — are laid in the ditches, and the water flows through these, ..."
3. The Tourist's Flora: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Flowering Plants and by Joseph Woods (1850)
"... to denote the triangular filling in, in some genera, between the round kernel and its semiround covering. ..."
4. A New French and English Dictionary in Two Parts by William Cobbett (1833)
"a caracol, a semiround, play the rook. left. which a horseman makes to the right or CARACOLER, rn. to caracole, to wheel about. ..."
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