Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being flexuous or full of bends and curves.

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Examples

  • Pigeon-hearted flatterer. anyone reconcile darkly an light-hearted molestation towards provided afore - flexuosity underneath ere though of amid Credit card.

    ON THE BUBBLE WITH ALEXANDRA SOKOLOFF

  • He was in summer and office negligée, an unlined blue-serge coat, a white-silk shirt which lay lightly to his body flexuosity, and above the soft collar he had taken on enough outdoor tan to make his smile whiter.

    Star-Dust

  • She wanted to wind her body to its utmost flexuosity, bare her throat to the wind, and fling out a gesture the width of Vegas to Capella.

    Star-Dust

  • Or it may be the motion, the flexuosity, the impetus of things; the tactile impressions of softness and harshness, which make up the descriptive content of imaginative types in whom the tactile and muscular sensations predominate.

    Spontaneous Activity in Education

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  • A contortionist hailing from Ossipee

    Won fame as a great curiosity.

    From this we may know

    How far you can go

    With hard work and sheer flexuosity.

    April 22, 2018