Circular in a sentence

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Definition of Circular

  • In the form of, or bounded by, a circle; round.
  • repeating itself; ending in itself; reverting to the point of beginning; hence, illogical; inconclusive; as, circular reasoning.
  • Adhering to a fixed circle of legends; cyclic; hence, mean; inferior. See Cyclic poets, under Cyclic.
  • Addressed to a circle, or to a number of persons having a common interest; circulated, or intended for circulation; as, a circular letter.
  • A circular letter, or paper, usually printed, copies of which are addressed or given to various persons; as, a business circular.
  • A sleeveless cloak, cut in circular form.
  • an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution
  • having the shape or form of a circle

How to use circular in a sentence. Circular pronunciation.

Out of every five hundred women, you can reckon on four hundred and ninety-nine being fools; and there isn't a female fool who wouldn't read and think about a circular which promised her fashionable dresses for an unfashionable price.
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Then blaze away with circulars, headed "South London Fashion Club;" send them round the whole district, addressed to women.
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And from this they emerged into a small circular space, where the cartway made a turn at right angles and disappeared behind thickets.
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The next morning the Marquise de Campvallon was strolling beside a large circular sheet of water which ornamented the lower part of her park, the metallic gleam of the rippling waves being discernible from afar through the branches of the surrounding trees.
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Around the fireplace was a circular space for the feet of the people as they sat about the fire.
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The couches of the occupants of the tent were arranged outside of and all around this circular space.
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The students laughed, and the doctor gave them a circular glance of enjoyment in his joke.
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She was overdressed, but not badly dressed, in black with a high collar, and she wore black glace gloves, in which she played cards; she had several heavy gold chains round her neck, bangles on her wrists, and circular photograph pendants, one being of Queen Alexandra; she carried a black satin bag and chewed Sen-sens. "Please to meet you, Mr. Carey," she said.
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This consisted in the reading aloud by Katharine from some prose work or other, while her mother knitted scarves intermittently on a little circular frame, and her father read the newspaper, not so attentively but that he could comment humorously now and again upon the fortunes of the hero and the heroine.
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A postman, a washerwoman, a circular, a bill-she presented herself with each of these perfectly natural possibilities; but, to her surprise, her mind rejected each one of them impatiently, even apprehensively.
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The artist who had painted it was now out of fashion, and by dint of showing it to visitors, Katharine had almost ceased to see anything but a glow of faintly pleasing pink and brown tints, enclosed within a circular scroll of gilt laurel-leaves.
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The maid was in waiting on the circular place in front with a carriage, and the key of the apartment lay in a sealed envelope on Alan Hawke's table, which proves that a few francs are just as potent in Switzerland as the same number of shillings in London, or dollars in New York.
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Down the circular road, past the splendid Government House, they silently sped through the "City of Palaces.
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Mr. Rover had a circular of the institution, and they pored over this. "Captain Victor Putnam is the head master," said Dick, as he read.
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The circular was read from end to end, and it was after ten o'clock before the boys got done talking about it and went to bed.
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That institution sent out a splendid circular, and when Fred got there they almost starved him to death.
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All white things express the celestial and luminous Gods: all circular ones the world, the moon, the sun, the orbits; all semicircular ones, as bows and crescents are descriptive of the moon.
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On fine days the sun strikes sparks upon the blue; here and there a peaceful smudge of smoke hangs in the distance, and it is impossible to believe that the familiar clear horizon traces the limit of one great circular ambush.
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In the corner stood a circular rack loaded with dressing-gowns-more than a score of exquisite combinations of silk and lace or silk and chiffon.
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This band Professor Clark very correctly, as I believe, assumes to be a part of Stentor's nervous system; for, with a medium high-power lens (×500) I have been able to make out ganglionic enlargements both in the circular band and in the stripes.
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Examples of Circular

Example #1
That's a great and sound basis to start on.
Example #2
Your notion of the Fashion Club is a deuced good one, and I don't see why it shouldn't be pretty easily started.
Example #3
Every idiot of them will, at all events, come and look at the shop; that can be depended upon; in itself no bad advertisement.
Example #4
Get hold of these people, and induce them to make changes in their business to suit your idea.
Example #5
They were in the midst of a plantation; on every side trees closed about them, with a low and irregular hedge to mark the borders of the grassy road.
Example #6
Nancy's skirts rustled among the greenery; her cheeks were touched, as if with a caress, by many a drooping branchlet; in places, Tarrant had to hold the tangle above her while she stooped to pass.