Orbed

Part of speech: adjective

Spherical.

Part of speech: adjective

Encircled; circular.

Part of speech: adjective

Having orbs or eyes.

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Usage examples "orbed":

  1. From the full- orbed song from the maple by my window, down to the faintest chirp and twitter, there was no discord; while from the fields beyond the village the whistle of the meadow- larks was so mellowed and softened by distance as to incline one to wonder whether their notes were real or mere ideals of sound. - "A Day Of Fate", E. P. Roe.
  2. But her enjoyment was not long to shine full- orbed; a cloud soon crossed it. - "Shirley", Charlotte Brontë.
  3. From the chill grey peak above them, with its eternal snows and pathless forests, down to the plains which spread below like a cold and waveless sea, everything underwent a strange and marvellously beautiful transformation; for, as the sun rose above the horizon in all the fulness of its orbed splendour, the grey of the plains flushed into purple, the wan peaks gleamed like rubies, the pines shone like so many columns of gold, and the sky reddened with rose- hues like the blush on a fair face. - "Celebrated Women Travellers of the Nineteenth Century", W. H. Davenport Adams.