Definition of Rotunder
1. rotund [adj] - See also: rotund
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Literary usage of Rotunder
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Canadian Commonwealth by Agnes Christina Laut (1915)
"The fact remains, without any screaming or flag waving, or postprandial loyalty expansions of rotund oratory and a rotunder waist line—Canada is ..."
2. History of Religion in England from the Opening of the Long Parliament to by John Stoughton (1881)
"At first His Lordship received Baxter " merrily," and comparing his spare figure and his thin face with the rotunder form and plumper cheeks of one of his ..."
3. Ecclesiastical History of England: The Church of the Restoration by John Stoughton (1870)
"At first His Lordship received Baxter "merrily," and comparing his spare figure and his thin face with the rotunder form and plumper cheeks of one of his ..."
4. Oke's Handy Book of the Game Laws: Containing the Whole Law as to Game by George Colwell Oke, John William Willis Bund (1877)
"And for the better executing of this law, her sheriffs to Majesty, with advice foresaid, appoints and or- ^roTunder dains all sheriffs of shires, ..."
5. The Black Man: Or, The Natural History of the Hametic Race by Joseph Elias Hayne (1894)
"... sacrificing Christian men and women, the world would rotunder the tendencies of the age." These terrible words refer to a higher grade of offenders. ..."