To round in

Definition of To round in

(Naut.) To haul up; usually, to haul the slack of (a rope) through its leading block, or to haul up (a tackle which hangs loose) by its fall.
To collect together (cattle) by riding around them, as on cattle ranches<- round up ->
- Totten.

See also: Round Round

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to ride the lightning
To ride the stang
To ride to hounds
To rig a purchase
To rig a ship
To rig the capstan
To rig the market
To right a vessel
To right the helm
To ring a peal
To ring in
To ring the bells backward
To ring the changes on
To ring the changes upon
To rip out
To roll about
To roll one's r's
To roll one's self
To roll the eye
To rough it
-To round in-
To round to
To rout out
To rub along
To rub down
To rub off
To rub out
To rub up
To ruffle the feathers of
To rule the roast
To run a blockade
To run a foil
To run a muck
To run a rig
To run a risk
To run afoul of
To run after
To run amuck
To run an errand
To run away
To run away with
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