a dance performed by couples and characterized by circular or revolving movement, as the waltz.
a dance in which the dancers are arranged in or move about in a circle or ring.
a dance in which the dancers form a circle
a ballroom dance, such as the waltz, in which couples revolve
adjective 1. reduced to simple curves; made round. 2. Phonetics. pronounced with rounded lips; labialized: “Boot” has a rounded vowel. Compare spread (def 40), unrounded. 3. fully developed, perfected, or complete; diversified and well-balanced (sometimes used in combination): a well-rounded education; a rounded character. 4. round1 (def 11). adjective, rounder, roundest. 1. having a flat, […]
noun 1. something round or circular. 2. a small, round pane or window. 3. a decorative plate, panel, tablet, or the like, round in form. 4. Also, rondel. Theater. a round piece of colored gelatin or glass placed over stage lights as a color medium to obtain lighting effects. 5. Armor. a metal disk that […]
noun 1. a song in which a phrase, line, or the like, is continually repeated. 2. the music for such a song. 3. a dance in a circle; round dance. noun 1. Also called roundel. a slow medieval dance performed in a circle 2. a song in which a line or phrase is repeated as […]
noun 1. a person or thing that rounds something. 2. a person who makes a round. 3. a habitual drunkard or wastrel. 4. (initial capital letter) British. a Methodist minister who travels a circuit among congregations. 5. rounders, (used with a singular verb) a game somewhat resembling baseball, played in England. 6. Informal. a boxing […]