following a circuitous or circular course for a comparatively long time, esp vainly
round and round
Also, around and around. In circles, as in You’ve gone round and round with the same argument and we still have no solution. This idiom transfers moving in a circle to mental or verbal activities. [ Second half of 1800s ]
noun 1. perigon. noun 1. another name for perigon
noun 1. an arch formed in a continuous curve, especially in a semicircle.
adjective, adverb 1. (cricket) denoting or using bowling with the arm held more or less horizontal
- Round atelectasis
round atelectasis n. See folded lung syndrome.