Definition of roundness in US English:

roundness

noun

  • See round

    • ‘Painting, for him should imitate the roundness of sculptured forms, and architecture, too, must partake of the organic qualities of the human figure.’
    • ‘With the region's cool climate producing grapes with low sugar and high acidity, the use of new oak can give the wines more body and roundness.’
    • ‘When the hairline is receding, a style that is long and flowing in the back, like Stevie wears, will balance the overall roundness of his facial shape.’
    • ‘Is the face's roundness, softness and unthreatening air of friendliness a factor?’
    • ‘In the pictures, she could just see the swell of her mother's growing stomach, the roundness of a pregnancy that would later be her, Katy.’

Pronunciation

roundness

/ˈroun(d)nəs/