Definition of Roundels

1. Noun. (plural of roundel) ¹



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Definition of Roundels

1. roundel [n] - See also: roundel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roundels

roundarm
roundball
rounded down
rounded off
rounded out
rounded up
rounded vowel
rounded vowels
roundedness
roundednesses
roundel
roundelay
roundelays
roundels (current term)
rounder
rounders
roundest
roundfish
roundfishes
roundheaded
roundheadedness
roundheel
roundheels
roundhouse
roundhouse kick
roundhouse kicks
roundhoused
roundhouses

Literary usage of Roundels

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bayeux Tapestry: A History and Description by Frank Rede Fowke (1898)
"... between four roundels, is a near approach to a positive heraldic bearing. roundels (boules) were afterwards the allusive arms of the counts of Boulogne. ..."

2. A Manual of Costume as Illustrated by Monumental Brasses by Herbert Druitt (1906)
"... collar of SS. ; roundels at shoulders ; diagonal sword-belt. The COMPLETE PLATE period, beginning under Henry IV., lasted during the reign of Henry V. ..."

3. The Antiquarian (1871)
"in a suil of plate armour, with a sharply pointed basinet, roundels at the ... The roundels aie, perhaps, the most distinctive mark, and, from this and ..."

4. Lyra Bicyclica: Sixty Poets on the Wheel by Joseph Grinnell Dalton (1885)
"roundels, AFTER SWINBURNE. I. VOICE OF WHEEL. BICYCLE is wrought as a ring of the starry sphere, With craft of the light, but the winning of sound unsought, ..."

5. Heraldry for Craftsmen & Designers by William Henry St. John Hope (1913)
"THE SHIELD AND ITS TREATMENT (continued) Armorial Bearings of Ladies; Use of Lozenges and roundels as variant forms of Shields; Arms of Men on Lozenges; ..."

6. Heraldry for Craftsmen & Designers by William Henry St. John Hope (1913)
"THE SHIELD AND ITS TREATMENT (continued) Armorial Bearings of Ladies; Use of Lozenges and roundels as variant forms of Shields; Arms of Men on Lozenges; ..."

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