As he lectured, I took in his rotund physique and noted that he used nicotine to keep his own cognitive connections humming along.
If Mike Huckabee runs for president in 2016, he could deliver the Republican nomination to a telegenic, rotund governor.
I even co-authored a book, Lessons From the Fat-o-sphere, on the subject and keep a popular “fat blog” called The rotund.
Bilbo (like most Hobbits) is supposed to be rotund, and Bilbo is said to be more than 50 years old.
The rotund rapper pled guilty to not paying taxes from 2007 to 2008.
The quizzical dark eyes of the young man surveyed the rotund person before him, and in spite of himself he burst out laughing.
Then he touched his most rotund portion with a significant look.
The captain's form was dimly discernible against the canvas dodger, extraordinarily huge and rotund.
He was a short man, with a rotund stomach and a wheezy voice.
Bill stopped short, for directly ahead of him was a small, rotund man standing with his back toward them.
1705, from Latin rotundus "rolling, round, circular, spherical, like a wheel," from rota "wheel" (see rotary). Earlier was rotound (1610s); rotounde (early 15c.). Meaning "full-toned style of oratory" (1830) is after Horace's ore rotundo in "Poetics."