- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of undulate.
“Counterparts are the long slug which "undulates" out of the orifice of Lee's right eye and writes on the wall in slime, and Doc Scranton's anus which moves around the street on several feet of intestine "like a blind worm.”
“The marabou tail also undulates constantly, even while sitting still, which really triggers strikes.”
“The stacked wood, being undisturbed for the summer months, is a haunt of mice, and the stoat undulates over it, coming down headfirst like a nuthatch.”
“The preserve rolls and undulates in several sections, with giant, dappled woods, gurgling rapids, and meadows with blue-tinged mountain ridges across the wide Hudson.”
“After having been barrelling along at 100mph the track comes to a period of relative calm (a flat area in the track) and it undulates up and down beneath you in time to the hi-hat.”
“The big thing is the roof, steel-framed and timber-clad, which floats and undulates, but is also palpably substantial.”
“The museum's signature architectural detail is a wave of glass paneling that undulates around the building – a striking feature that was designed by architect Yann Weymouth, who had a hand in creating the glass pyramid at the Louvre in Paris.”
“Its facade undulates with terraces curving around all four sides, shaped differently on every floor, looking more like gentle waves lapping against an irregular shore than a conventional condo and hotel structure.”
“The steel caravan undulates like a slow moving caterpillar piercing golden clouds of sun and dust.”
“It's a gentle, simple tale and the charm comes in the small details, like the smoke from the train that undulates up and out in the most pleasing manner.”
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