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Synonyms for meandering

Synonyms for meandering

of a path e.g.

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In one spot you view rugged hills, ruined castles overlooking tremendous precipices, with the dark Rhine rushing beneath; and on the sudden turn of a promontory, flourishing vineyards with green sloping banks and a meandering river and populous towns occupy the scene.
WITH a natural stream meandering through the garden, this property is ideal for the family with green fingers.
Meandering traces is a common practice for high-speed digital PCBs these days, most often used to length-match differential pair traces to maintain timing constraints.
Washington, October 6 (ANI): In a new study, experiments involving alfalfa sprouts are revealing some of the necessary conditions for formation of meandering rivers on Earth.
The park has picnic tables, barbecues, a basketball court, playgrounds for small children, a gazebo, meandering walkways, wooden pedestrian bridges, a streambed made out of river rock and granite boulders, native plants and other elements to create a natural link to the adjacent arroyo.
Visual Echo is an interactive light installation that acts as a meandering ribbon of light by remembering the colors visitors wear.
Three hours drive from Bergen is Aurland, a small town on Sogne og Fjordane, one of the largest and most spectacular fjords on Norway's meandering west coast.
The water could also have come from a current meandering along an unusual path through the region or a passing ocean eddy, says David M.
The one on the left charts the meandering path of Mission Creek, a stream that ran freely through the sparsely populated terrain of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
At one point, when an anecdote might have really strengthened his case about the need for Fair Trade coffee, Wild instead conjures up a meandering hypothetical about the fictional Ahab Coffee House.
Minus the film interaction, however, the opus suffered from overwrought verbiage and meandering vignettes.
Initially, the Anselmis weren't unduly worried about their cat being missing because Oscar had, on other occasions, wandered into neighbors' homes or garages while meandering about the neighborhood, prompting the Anselmis to look for him.
The shallow green of this short, downhill par five is guarded by a rock wall and meandering creek that challenge golfers daring enough to attempt reaching it on their second shot.
Although the central motif is Japanese, the garden's multicultural history created a hybrid style that includes hundreds o plants and trees, a 60-foot waterfall, tranquil lily ponds, and gently meandering stone paths.
This is not a book aimed directly at young writers; indeed, the book's somewhat unfocused organization and Sharp's occasionally meandering writing style could be a bit off-putting to would-be writers below highschool age.