flexuous [ flek-shoo-uh?s ]
1. full of bends or curves; sinuous.
bending, crooked, curved, curving, meandering, meandrous, serpentine, sinuous, snaky, tortuous, wavering, turning
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Origin: 1595–1605; < Latin flexuosus full of turns, winding, crooked, equivalent to flexu(s) (see flex1) + -osus -ous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLEXUOUS
The stem is covered with a fine mealy substance, straight or flexuous, sometimes reticulated above.
THE MUSHROOM, EDIBLE AND OTHERWISE|M. E. HARD
Only Henchard did not conform to these flexuous changes; he remained stately and vertical, silently thinking.
THE MAYOR OF CASTERBRIDGE|THOMAS HARDY
Her flexuous and stealthy figure became an integral part of the scene.
TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES|THOMAS HARDY
The epitrochlea is prominent; the epicondyle is surmounted by a well-marked crest, curved and flexuous in outline.
ARTISTIC ANATOMY OF ANIMALS|DOUARD CUYER
Flexuose, or Flexuous, bending in opposite directions, in a zigzag way.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANY|ASA GRAY
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