roundhead in English

noun
1
a member or supporter of the Parliamentary party in the English Civil War.
Religion and geopolitics gave the nation a context, an idea that the rebels' vigilance matched that of Corsican freedom fighters, English Roundheads , or even Mosaic Hebrews.

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Below are sample sentences containing the word "roundhead" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "roundhead", or refer to the context using the word "roundhead" in the English Dictionary.

1. Tell me again, Roundhead.

2. Brown is the "Roundhead" identifying with Labour tradition.

3. Side view of roundhead screw with adjustable thread length.

4. Top view of roundhead slotted screw. Selection box represents thread diameter.

5. A supporter of the Long Parliament during the English Civil War and the Commonwealth; a Roundhead.

6. Pendennis Castle, which withstood a Roundhead siege during the Civil War for five months, is only 3 miles away.

7. Roundhead points of view, various forms of Puritanism and other forms of religious rebellion, are antiestablishment, and yet they are all coded within the discourse of the Christian religion.

8. 18 Roundhead points of view, various forms of Puritanism and other forms of religious rebellion, are antiestablishment, and yet they are all coded within the discourse of the Christian religion.