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- adv. With a winding motion or pattern.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a winding manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a winding manner; with curves, bends, or turns.
And this brings me at long windingly last to my pesto.
Agni araflammed and Mithra monished and Shiva slew as maya-mutras the obluvial waters of our noarchic memory withdrew, windingly goharksome, to some hastyswasty timberman torch-priest, flamenfan, the ward of the wind that lightened the fire that lay in the wood that Jove bolt, at his rude word.
The path was cut windingly through the lofty, dark, and closely serried trees, which vibrated like chords under the soft bow of the wind.
A long trail of softly scintillating light followed the boat windingly.
From the little cove where his boat-house stood a road swept windingly to his house through a garden of luxuriant verdure.
Before long, they came to an old broken gate, half open; it was the entrance to a narrow cartway, now unused, which descended windingly between high thick hedges.
Diamond stepped on shore, and without looking behind him began to follow a natural path which led windingly towards the top of the precipice.
But in other years the long descent into the depth of winter is taken not with a jump like that, but gently and softly and windingly, with a great many glimpses back at the summer, and a good deal of leaning on the arm of the sun.