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  • adj. Curvy or wavy.
  • v. Present participle of sinuate.


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See sinuate.


  • They were full of crumbling, disintegrating stonework and pitted metal structures, inhabited now only by in-sinuating winds and fading memories.

    The End of the Matter

  • Sally, good-hearted and true, full of sturdy, homely sense, willing to take care of a man's money, and make him a straightforward wife; Maggie, gentle and sinuating -- always a little false, but always attractive, the enchantment of a man's home.

    Spring Days

  • But all people don't think same as we do, and whenever we hear of a castle being attacked and defended, there were always people outside trying to make traitors of those who were in, and temptation's a nasty, cunning, 'sinuating sort of

    The Young Castellan A Tale of the English Civil War

  • Walpole was mild, in - sinuating, pliant and good-tempered: desirous of conciliating by lenient methods, but prepared to employ vigour, when vigour was necessary.

    Peerage of England, genealogical, biographical, and historical


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