sinuous


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Synonyms for sinuous

Synonyms for sinuous

repeatedly curving in alternate directions

Synonyms for sinuous

curved or curving in and out

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Veil by Veil IT was the thinnest of wounds, on the falling day, It bled along the distant horizon's grey, A sky of obsidian, letting only blackness see, Almost lost in its sinuous promiscuity, The moon not yet awake, nor ready to influence Life and death.
The water imagery, with its sinuous flow, casual surrealism and dreamlike, ominous quality, underscored by jazz guitarist Bill Frisell's bluesy, elegiac score, slowly reveals a racial divide eerily similar to the one informing Spike Lee's magisterial Katrina doc "When the Levees Broke:' An art piece, a sociopolitical document and a musical meditation, "Flood" should strike chords with niche audiences.
Perhaps he told you a sorrowful tale, averring truth To gain your trust, dissembling about his tragic youth Step by stealthy step this genial rogue evolved to a rogue gene Which multiplied and spread: silent, sinuous, unseen Draining your life force.
A single veneer containing the pith from each log was then selected for calculation of log volume, juvenile wood volume, and the volume of sinuous growth.
2 Art Deco styling distinguishes sinuous drop earrings of 18K white gold with .
In lamiaceae species the epidermal cells (in surface view) were described as generally having sinuous anticlinal cell walls or polyhedral straight anticlinal cell walls [3,2] in their work on some Salvia species, reported that the epidermal cells in surface view are with slightly sinuous walls, (except on nerves), and a well-developed cuticle is always present on both surfaces of the leaf which is +- smooth.
We all know that hiking the bluffs above Big Sur's sinuous coastline makes for a swell day.
Two programs feature a premiere by Monte, whose sinuous, powerful modern style reveals her links to both Graham and Alley, as well as new works by associate artistic director Tiffany Rea Fisher and company member Joe Celej.
We interviewers devise stratagems of attack - shocking bluntness, sinuous logic, affected maiden-auntish expressions of shock" - Broadcaster Andrew Marr on dealing with politicians.
Compact aluminium heat exchangers were studied during the experimental research, with sinuous fins of different thickness, 0,14; 0,16; 0,3; 0,5 mm.
Sam Clarke's sinuous run set up the youngster's 25th minute opener and, after another attempt had been parried by a waist-high stick on the Melton line, he struck twice in the early stages of the second period, deflecting home driven balls by Sean Whitehouse and Tom Hancock.
heads and sinuous fish under the heavy oceans; adore like he who curls
Designed by the talented young partnership of Ofis, the structure has a sinuous elegance that recalls their earlier projects such as the museum extension in Ljubljana (AR December 2004) and house on Lake Bled (AR November 2005), in which inclined floor planes and spiralling ramps orchestrate a succession of dramatic promenades architecturales.
That presence was dominated by his smooth and sinuous torso--he was I percent body fat, or so it was said--and three truly great trademark facial tricks: the moment of shock, the coy blush, and the quivering rage that immediately preceded a Lee death blow.
The name also refers to the dominant architectural design element of the facade--a sinuous belt that runs from floor to floor.