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Circumcision

ˌsɜː.kəmˈsɪʒ.ən

Meanings of Circumcision:

noun

The action or practice of circumcising a young boy or man.

Usage examples:

Ever since abraham, circumcision was the way jews marked their covenant with god.

Meanings of Circumcisions:

noun

The action or practice of circumcising a young boy or man.

Usage examples:

Ever since abraham, circumcision was the way jews marked their covenant with god.

Circumduction

ˌsɜː.kəmˈdʌk.ʃən

Meanings of Circumduction:

noun

The movement of joints in a circular motion

Usage examples:

The limb is moved forward by abduction and circumduction.

Circumference

səˈkʌmf(ə)r(ə)ns

Meanings of Circumference:

noun

The enclosing boundary of a curved geometric figure, especially a circle.

Usage examples:

His last work was on the cycloid, the curve traced by a point on the circumference of a rolling cir…

Circumferences

səˈkʌm.fər.əns

Meanings of Circumferences:

noun

The enclosing boundary of a curved geometric figure, especially a circle.

Usage examples:

His last work was on the cycloid, the curve traced by a point on the circumference of a rolling cir…

Meanings of Circumferential:

adjective

Denoting or relating to the circumference of a curved geometric figure.

Usage examples:

The pipe showed several circumferential cracks

Meanings of Circumflex:

noun

A mark (^) placed over a vowel in some languages to indicate contraction, length, or a particular quality.

Usage examples:

The evidence is that originally the german keyboard produced circumflexes instead of umlauts but it…
adjective

Bending round something else; curved.

Usage examples:

Circumflex coronary arteries

Circumflexes

ˈsəːkəmflɛks

Meanings of Circumflexes:

noun

A mark (^) placed over a vowel in some languages to indicate contraction, length, or a particular quality.

Usage examples:

The evidence is that originally the german keyboard produced circumflexes instead of umlauts but it…
adjective

Bending round something else; curved.

Usage examples:

Circumflex coronary arteries

Circumfluent

səːˈkʌmflʊənt

Meanings of Circumfluent:

adjective

Flowing round; surrounding.

Usage examples:

As your breathing partakes of the circumfluent air, so let your thinking partake of the circumfluen…

Circumfused

ˌsəːkəmˈfjuːz

Meanings of Circumfused:

verb

Pour (a liquid) so as to cause it to surround something.

Usage examples:

Earth with her nether ocean circumfused

Circumfusing

ˌsəːkəmˈfjuːz

Meanings of Circumfusing:

verb

Pour (a liquid) so as to cause it to surround something.

Usage examples:

Earth with her nether ocean circumfused

Circumjacent

ˌsəːkəmˈdʒeɪs(ə)nt

Meanings of Circumjacent:

adjective

Surrounding.

Usage examples:

The circumjacent parts of the mouth

Meanings of Circumlocution:

noun

The use of many words where fewer would do, especially in a deliberate attempt to be vague or evasive.

Usage examples:

His admission came after years of circumlocution

Meanings of Circumlocutions:

noun

The use of many words where fewer would do, especially in a deliberate attempt to be vague or evasive.

Usage examples:

His admission came after years of circumlocution

Circumlocutory

ˌsɜː.kəm.ləˈkjuː.tər.i

Meanings of Circumlocutory:

adjective

Using many words where fewer would do, especially in a deliberate attempt to be vague or evasive; long-winded.

Usage examples:

He has a meandering, circumlocutory speaking style

Circumlunar

səːkəmˈluːnə

Meanings of Circumlunar:

adjective

Moving or situated around the moon.

Usage examples:

A circumlunar flight

Circumnavigate

səːkəmˈnavɪɡeɪt

Meanings of Circumnavigate:

verb

Sail or travel all the way around (something, especially the world).

Usage examples:

He undertook to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days or less

Circumnavigated

səːkəmˈnavɪɡeɪt

Meanings of Circumnavigated:

verb

Sail or travel all the way around (something, especially the world).

Usage examples:

He undertook to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days or less

Circumnavigates

səːkəmˈnavɪɡeɪt

Meanings of Circumnavigates:

verb

Sail or travel all the way around (something, especially the world).

Usage examples:

He undertook to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days or less

Circumnavigating

səːkəmˈnavɪɡeɪt

Meanings of Circumnavigating:

verb

Sail or travel all the way around (something, especially the world).

Usage examples:

He undertook to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days or less

Circumnavigation

ˌsɜː.kəmˌnæv.ɪˈɡeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Circumnavigation:

noun

The action or process of sailing or otherwise travelling all the way around something, especially the world.

Usage examples:

He completed the fastest solo circumnavigation in a small vessel

Meanings of Circumnavigations:

noun

The action or process of sailing or otherwise travelling all the way around something, especially the world.

Usage examples:

He completed the fastest solo circumnavigation in a small vessel

Circumpolar

səːkəmˈpəʊlə

Meanings of Circumpolar:

adjective

Situated around or inhabiting one of the earth's poles.

Usage examples:

Circumpolar arctic areas

Circumscribe

ˈsəːkəmskrʌɪb

Meanings of Circumscribe:

verb

Restrict (something) within limits.

Usage examples:

The minister's powers are circumscribed both by tradition and the organization of local government

Meanings of Circumscribed:

verb

Restrict (something) within limits.

Usage examples:

The minister's powers are circumscribed both by tradition and the organization of local government

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