What does the word undulation mean?

    Part of speech: adjective

  • Undulatory.

Usage examples for undulation

  1. Roman, Arab, Turk, Greek or Moorish heroes, pirates or princes, when they mean to set anything at defiance, choose nothing less than heaven and earth as their object; they divide the world between them as if it were an orange; they rush to the fight or stop for a speech with a fine shake of the head which sends a majestic undulation round the wig worn by them, even by the Moors, as we may see in one of the very rare dramas then published with engravings. – The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare by J. J. Jusserand