The rest that extends beyond the circumference of the meat quickly melts down onto the surface of the flattop.
Pi is officially defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
It measured slightly over twenty feet from nose to tail and in circumference was considerably larger than an inflated fire-hose.
It was nearly of a circular shape, and, perhaps, a league or more in circumference.
For though the circumference of its walls was not more than a stade and a half, its height was nowhere less than thirty cubits.
It was not less than a mile and a half in circumference, and enclosed about ten acres.
But in order to show that it is central, he must limit the universe and give its circumference, metes and bounds.
Cassini states that the ovaria on the circumference and centre of Compos.
He was exactly five feet six inches in height and six feet five inches in circumference.
Inside the circumference of the wall was a broken pavement of flat stones.
late 14c., from Latin circumferentia, neuter plural of circumferens, present participle of circumferre "to lead around, take around, carry around," from circum "around" (see circum-) + ferre "to carry" (see infer). A loan-translation of Greek periphereia "periphery, the line round a circular body," literally "a carrying round" (see periphery). Related: Circumferential.
The measure of the distance around a circle.