When something “comes full circle,” it completes a cycle, returns to its beginnings: “The novelist's vision of human life has come full circle — from optimism to pessimism and back to optimism again.”
Julio had come full circle and had returned to Cuba as a tourist in his own country.
As she embraces Barb's new church—with its feminist foundation—the audience sees that Sarah's journey has come full circle.
By the time she withdrew from the race in June following the final primaries, her campaign had come full circle.
With Beginners, which also stars Ewan McGregor, it seems Plummer has come full circle.
The hunters had become the hunted, the wheel had come full circle, and the woes of David Crawfurd were being abundantly avenged.
The year had come full circle; it was time that Mutimer received another remittance from his anonymous supporter.
The wheel of understanding between Eglington and herself had come full circle, and there was an end.