sinuous

Part of speech: adverb

Sinuously.

Part of speech: noun

Sinuousness.

Part of speech:

Bending; winding.

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Usage examples "sinuous":

  1. Limbs broke under the two hundred pounds of weight; the bark was torn under slipping paws, but upward the sinuous body writhed. - "The Everlasting Whisper", Jackson Gregory.
  2. The sun shone exceptionally hot on the meagre waters of Turkey Creek, where it warmed its sinuous length through the middle of its wide battle- field. - "John March, Southerner", George W. Cable.
  3. Nana Sahib and the Captain were sitting side by side, and the Gulab, when she had finished the song, had swept her sinuous lithe form back in a graceful curtsy in front of the two, and, as if by accident, a red rose had floated to the feet of Captain Barlow. - "Caste", W. A. Fraser.