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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of serpentine.


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  • She lies on her back and stares at the ceiling, focusing on a water stain over the bed that seems to be expanding week by week, finding hidden shapes in the serpentined brown lines and blotches.


  • I must have walked 30 blocks and 2 miles in a line that serpentined it's way around most of downtown St. Paul.

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  • One hand wrapped around the hanging rod on the right, the other on the left, her legs serpentined around his hard waist.


  • The path serpentined in and out of jungle, and thin forest, into open tracts of grass bleached white as stubble, into thickets of gums and thorns, which emitted an odour as rank as

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  • Still, today, six months into his new Tokyo life, Malcolm was content to keep his position at the end of the train of expats as they serpentined through the Japanese countryside.

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  • Under the stem of the barge a wave ran which, divided into a pair of white wings, serpentined away towards either bank.

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  • The three of them serpentined around the columns on both sides of the red carpet, heading ever closer to the door.

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  • His gloved thumb slid along the carvings that serpentined the Dragon Scepter.

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  • Near the mountain peak called Dong Den, twenty kilometers northwest of the Da Nang Air base, the Cade River serpentined its way down from the green mountains on its way to the South China Sea.


  • Black hair grew long and wavy and the neck serpentined.

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