Botany Circular and flat. Used especially of leaves.(adjective)
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Use "orbicular" in a sentence
"A couple of basketballs (multiple orbicular adjacencies) sitting (self-referentially abiding) in an empty aquarium (post-emptively vacated) looks pretty much the same no matter how described: obfuscatory, vacuous, goofy, uninspiring."
"But, in this case, he included an interesting observation: “…the operculum is orbicular, and so small as to admit of the animal retiring one half the length of the shell.”"
"There is another tree with orbicular leaves in pairs, which grows to an immense size."