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ron·del / ˈrändəl; ränˈdel/ • n. 1. a rondeau, esp. one of three stanzas of thirteen or fourteen lines, with the first two lines of the opening quatrain recurring at the end of the second quatrain and the concluding sestet. 2. a circular object: at the point where these paths join there is a rondel with a fountain.

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rondel.
1. Circular window-opening (i.e. roundel) or a circular glazed light.

2. Beadmoulding of a capital around the top of a shaft.

3. Tower circular on plan.

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rondel

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