Definitions of circle

To
move
round
in
a
circle.
To
circle
in,
to
confine;
to
keep
together.

To
move
circularly;
to
form
a
circle;
to
circulate.

To
move
around;
to
revolve.

To
move
in
a
circle.

To
move
round.

form
a
circle
around; "
encircle
the
errors"

travel
around
something; "
circle
the
globe"

To
move
round;
to
encircle.

To
move
round;
to
encompass;
to
surround
or
enclose;
to
keep
together.

movement
once
around
a
course; "
he
drove
an
extra
lap
just
for
insurance"

any
circular
or
rotating
mechanism; "
the
machine
punched
out
metal
circles"

a
road
junction
at
which
traffic
streams
circularly
around
a
central
island; "
the
accident
blocked
all
traffic
at
the
rotary"

ellipse
in
which
the
two
axes
are
of
equal
length;
a
plane
curve
generated
by
one
point
moving
at
a
constant
distance
from
a
fixed
point; "
he
calculated
the
circumference
of
the
circle"

something
approximating
the
shape
of
a
circle; "
the
chairs
were
arranged
in
a
circle"

A
plane
figure,
bounded
by
a
single
curve
line
called
its
circumference,
every
part
of
which
is
equally
distant
from
a
point
within
it,
called
the
center.

The
line
that
bounds
such
a
figure;
a
circumference;
a
ring.

An
instrument
of
observation,
the
graduated
limb
of
which
consists
of
an
entire
circle.

A
round
body;
a
sphere;
an
orb.

Compass;
circuit;
inclosure.

A
company
assembled,
or
conceived
to
assemble,
about
a
central
point
of
interest,
or
bound
by
a
common
tie;
a
class
or
division
of
society;
a
coterie;
a
set.

A
circular
group
of
persons;
a
ring.

A
series
ending
where
it
begins,
and
repeating
itself.

A
form
of
argument
in
which
two
or
more
unproved
statements
are
used
to
prove
each
other;
inconclusive
reasoning.

Indirect
form
of
words;
circumlocution.

A
territorial
division
or
district.

To
move
around;
to
revolve
around.

To
encompass,
as
by
a
circle;
to
surround;
to
inclose;
to
encircle.

A
round
body;
a
plane
surface
bounded
by
a
single
curved
line
called
its
circumference,
every
part
of
which
is
equally
distant
from
a
point
within
it,
called
the
center;
the
closed
plane
curve
bounding
such
a
surface;
a
number
of
persons
or
things
united
by
a
common
bond;
something
round,
as
a
group
of
seats
in
a
theater.

A
continuous
curved
line
of
which
every
point
is
equally
distant
from
the
centre;
space
inclosed
by
such
line;
a
ring;
company
of
persons.

A
plane
figure
bounded
by
a
curved
line
called
the
circumference,
everywhere
equally
distant
from
a
point
within
called
the
center;
also,
the
circumference.

Anything
circular;
a
ring.

An
association;
set;
coterie;
class.

A
plane
figure
comprehended
by
a
line,
every
part
of
which
is
equally
distant
from
a
point
within
it,
called
the
centre;
a
circular
line,
or
anything
in
that
form;
a
round
body;
a
ring;
compass;
circuit;
a
series
ending
where
it
begins,
and
perpetually
repeated;
a
number
of
persons,
or
things,
or
ideas
considered
as
connected
or
drawn
together
by
some
central
tie
or
bond;
a
complete
system;
a
territorial
division;
an
inconclusive
form
of
argument,
in
which
a
proposition
is
disguisedly
employed
to
prove
itself.

A
figure
contained
by
a
single
curved
line
called
its
circumference,
every
part
of
which
is
equally
distant
from
a
point
within
it
called
the
centre;
a
ring;
any
round
body;
the
compass
or
circuit
of
anything
or
place;
a
sphere
or
station
in
society;
a
number
of
persons,
as
a
circle
of
friends;
a
series
ending
where
it
begins.
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