Definition of Ronde

1. n. A kind of script in which the heavy strokes are nearly upright, giving the characters when taken together a round look.



Definition of Ronde

1. a script printing type [n -S]

Ronde Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ronde

rompish
rompler
romplers
romps
roms
romset
romsets
roncador
roncadors
ronchil
ronco
rondache
rondaches
rondavel
rondavels
ronde (current term)
rondeau
rondeaus
rondeaux
rondel
rondelay
rondelet
rondeletia
rondeletias
rondelets
rondelle
rondelles
rondels
rondes
rondino

Literary usage of Ronde

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1. Creole Families of New Orleans by Grace Elizabeth King (1921)
"CHAPTER XX DE LA ronde PIERRE DENIS DE LA ronde, the father of Madame ... He was the son of Louis Denis, Sieur de la ronde, Captain of a company in the ..."

2. Journal: 1st-13th Congress . Repr. 14th Congress, 1st Session by United States Congress. House (1819)
"An act for the relief of Pierre Denis de la ronde; 4. An act to establish additional land offices in the state of Alabama; and 5. ..."

3. A Winter in the West by Charles Fenno Hoffman (1835)
"Prairie ronde, Kalamazoo Co., MT, Dec. 26. " STRANGER, will you take a cocktail with us ?" called out a tall athletic fellow to me as I was making my way ..."

4. Francis Parkman's Works by Francis Parkman (1906)
"SCHEME OF LA ronde DENYS. — BOSTON WARNED AGAINST BRITISH DESIGNS. — BOSTON TO BE RUINED. — PLANS OF THE MINISTRY. ..."

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