Definition of rotundity in English:

rotundity

noun

  • See rotund

    • ‘Any trace of old-school rotundity has been re-sculpted into a rippling torso, into legs that can kick the ball further than any other player in the world can.’
    • ‘I'm fighting the onset of a 40-year-old's rotundity, especially since giving up smoking at Christmas.’
    • ‘I wear a size eighteen which, I hasten to add because I want to be clear about the extent of my rotundity, is a US size fourteen.’
    • ‘‘Thank you,’ he said and nearly skipped away, surprisingly sprightly for all his rotundity.’
    • ‘As evidenced by an early case of tuberculosis and a later rotundity, Ben also adopted a somewhat cavalier attitude to his body and its needs.’

Pronunciation

rotundity

/rə(ʊ)ˈtʌndɪti/