The adaptation of roundels to the circular shape is shown in the portion of a round window from Santa Maria Novella.
He threw open the thick, round window, and saw more clearly.
The round window with tracery goes on long after every other feature of Romanesque or Gothic is forgotten.
I ran to the round window, which was an immense "bull's-eye" above the doorway.
She went up to the round window and looked out, and grandfather followed up with Clara in his arms, Heidi springing up after them.
Vinegar-faced Joseph projected his head from a round window of the barn.
In the niche above the latter are two vents for the draft, and above the niche was a round window.
She make me say, look to the round window in the Chateau front.
There lay a large heap of fresh, sweet-smelling hay, while through a round window in the wall she could see right down the valley.
It was heard in the garden, at "the round window," and on the stair.
round window n.
An opening on the medial wall of the middle ear that leads into the cochlea and is covered by the secondary tympanic membrane. Also called fenestra of cochlea.