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ronde

[rond] /rɒnd/
noun, Printing.
1.
a typeface imitative of upright, somewhat angular, handwriting.
Origin of ronde
1830-1840
1830-40; < French, noun use of feminine of rond round1
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  • He turned into the caf on the Place ronde, and drank three small glasses of cognac in succession.

    Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • The post at the island of the ronde has been abandoned for some years, and transferred to Tabatinga.

  • The artillery is practising in the Quadrilateral, it appears; passage along the Route ronde formally interdicted for the moment.

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  • He captured a mule at the battle of the Grande ronde and rode it home to Olympia, a distance of some five hundred miles.

  • I asked the doctor as we came away and went through the entry to the Place ronde.

    Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • And one voice murmured, and it was that of the young girl who had sung the ronde, "Andr is the image of his father."

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  • She had risen, the last refrain of the ronde had ended in a murmur of surprise.

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  • Beyond vian is La Tour ronde, a name given to a structure on the edge of the lake.

  • In 1736, a son of de la ronde, visited an isle in search of copper.

  • The horror began to come over me as I crossed the Place ronde, which had never happened before.

    Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series Mrs. Henry Wood

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