undulate


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Synonyms for undulate

wave

Synonyms for undulate

to move sinuously

to have or cause to have a curved or sinuous form or surface

Synonyms for undulate

stir up (water) so as to form ripples

occur in soft rounded shapes

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move in a wavy pattern or with a rising and falling motion

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increase and decrease in volume or pitch, as if in waves

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having a wavy margin and rippled surface

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It makes the undulate rays massively endangered because they are a separate species almost.
A similar prize goes to Jason Nott, 32, of Aberdare, South Wales, who hooked his first undulate - a 16-pounder - caught on a run to Kidney Bank with skipper Penny.
Ted, 56, baited with mackerel fillet over a reef mark and scored a fine 75 points ag ainst the UK undulate record.
He rebaited with squid and mackerel and, inside two minutes, landed a 15lb 8oz male undulate.
The beach is famed for catches of rays but the beautifully-marked undulate displayed by Liz in our picture is the biggest shore-caught entry for our competitions since People Sport reader Chris Cade, from Gurnard, set the 16lb 13oz Wight record four years ago.
Now Gary has scored again with a 16lb 4oz undulate, caught from Penny's Flamer III over a mark to the east of Weymouth.
But none of his many catches equal the stunning 18lb 8oz undulate ray that winged away with a bait of calamari squid and mackerel, cast with a Shakespeare Sapphire Ugly uptide rod at an anchorage over the Kidney Bank, near Portland, Dorset.
Gary Mackenzie, a Weymouth cab driver, picked up a prickly customer when a 17lb 8oz undulate ray stopped his drifting mackerel on a trip to the notorious Shambles Bank, a shipping graveyard off Portland.
The ray was then weighed, photographed and returned safely to the Solent as the biggest Wight shore-caught undulate since the island rose from the sea 50 billion years ago.
UNDULATE rays, one of the smaller members of the skate family, seldom win Sunday People competitions.
But the biggest New Year hoo-rays are from People boat trippers who won fights with prickly middleweight undulate rays.
It is not so much a building as a landscape, a wooden one that undulates between harbour and Sound.
Earthquakes trigger many of these ripples, but the ground undulates imperceptibly even on days devoid of significant temblors.
The third element, the earthwork, then addresses the space between the two masses, and consists of a mound that undulates in resonance with the distant hills to the south.
The impact is sudden and strong, its message fills in as she bourrees and undulates idiosyncratically to her tiny multiracial audience of plastic.