round-topped

round-topped

round-topped window with curved muntins at top
A term descriptive of a window, door, or arch having a semicircle at its head.
References in classic literature ?
All the old graves were sunken in, there was not a tombstone on the place; round-topped, worm-eaten boards stag- gered over the graves, leaning for support and finding none.
Through its round-topped doorway passed furniture, and pictures, and books, until the last room was gutted and the last van had rumbled away.
They were men of fifty or sixty years of age, with grave good-natures faces, and were all dressed in the costume made familiar to us by the Black Forest stories; broad, round-topped black felt hats with the brims curled up all round; long red waistcoats with large metal buttons, black alpaca coats with the waists up between the shoulders.
But all was glassy calm, each great sea, of all the orderly procession of great seas, heaving up, round-topped and mountainous, like so much quicksilver.
FIRST adopted by the London Metropolitan Police in 1863, the round-topped custodian helmet has become a symbol of British policing.
She explains that they are typically round-topped or rectangular slabs of stone or more rarely wood, decorated in painted sunk or raised relief or even paint alone, and erected in and around temples and local chapels and also in domestic contexts.
Round-topped humps on Francis Street and Pickford Street
May's knight in shining armor rode a round-topped trunk, a ski pole for a sword
Rather than lying flat between the walls, which are about 50 miles apart, the chasm floor bulges up into a round-topped ridge or linear hill about a mile high.