roundish [roun-dish] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
- somewhat : a roundish man; roundish furniture.
Origin of roundish First recorded in 1535–45;+ Related formsround·ish·ness, noun Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for roundish Historical Examples of roundish
Be easy on that score; a roundish sum, it is true, but not too exorbitant.
Alexandre Dumas, Pere
The fruit is of a roundish oval shape, and is of a dark-purple colour.
Shell spherical, with large circular or roundish pores of different size, three to six times as broad as the bars.
Pores of the tubes and of the shell small, roundish, irregular in size and distribution, about as broad as the bars.
Shell roundish or subspherical, with numerous small circular or roundish pores, about twice as broad as the bars.
British Dictionary definitions for roundish roundish adjective
- somewhat round
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