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- n. The state or condition of being sinuous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Sinuosity.
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- n. having curves
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The dancers morph fleetingly into the jazz-age lovers of Jeux or the exotic sinuousness of Les Orientales.
It is sung with full appreciation of its musical sinuousness and drama by Patti LuPone.
Her mermaids, with their serpentine jointing, displayed an uncanny sinuousness.
And the complexity of contrasting sentiments is matched by the syntactical sinuousness of that one long sentence.
The new shape moved with a confidence and sinuousness that disturbed the night elf.
She moved with the easy sinuousness of a she-leopard and in spite of himself the watcher was struck with admiration for her lithe beauty.
At each fresh overmastering sorrow one more vein projects and develops its mortal sinuousness across our brows and under our eyes.
She elongated and contracted it to convince herself of its reptilian sinuousness.
Once this style is established, firm, faintly hypnotic, the crispness and sinuousness of the sentences ... gather to a magic.
She was nearly six feet tall, and her body had all the willowy sinuousness of a model.