sinuous

(redirected from sinuously)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal.

sinuous

 [sin´u-us]
bending in and out; winding.

sinuous

/sin·u·ous/ (sin´u-us) bending in and out; winding.

sinuous

(sĭn′ū-ŭs) [L. sinuosus, winding]
Winding; wavy; tortuous.

sinuous

bending in and out; winding.
References in periodicals archive ?
You want to reread Invisible because it moves quickly, easily, somehow sinuously, and you worry that there were good parts that you read right past, insights that you missed.
Lowell George's sinuously brilliant band caught at the peak of their funk-laced powers in 1977.
Today this site is a 25-acre park with 3,000 feet of shoreline and plenty of natural beauty--check out the sinuously sculptural gumbo-limbo trees.
GKV Architects added twelve-foot tall wood panel walls with stainless steel trim to compliment Noguchi's sinuously cut railings in the ceiling.
The sinuously constructed, literally overflowing story of Finnegans Wake has clearly found its way into Nabokov's fiction under the name "cosmic synchronization" in Speak, Memory.
Vesica: Formed of two sinuously curving straps, apex in form of a single, slender, apically-attenuated spine, dorsal surface of spine with at least weak subbasal indentation (notch), indentation frequently stronger: secondary gonopore well developed, ovoid, subtended by field of spicules pointing apicad.
It found its way, sinuously, through gaps neither of us could see.
The Main Trend consists of 7 well-defined clusters of gold-in-rock anomalies (Zones 1 to 7) as well as numerous isolated gold anomalies within a sinuously shaped structural corridor measuring 1.
Sinuously, Eve tempts her bumpkin Adam, who scratches his head, as he receives the apple and eyes her adolescent bosom as if making a gallant comparison.
But in between the oaks and the pastures are vineyards, just leafing out, running with geometric precision across the sinuously curving landscape.
Sinuously the young man slipped under the wooden bench before resurfacing from an opening at the other end.
Epidermal cell morphology (Dilcher, 1974): (0) elongate cells and deeply undulate outline; (1) isodiametric, pentagonal-hexagonal, straight to round walls; (2) hexagonal with straight walls, interspersed with irregularly shaped, sinuously walled cells.