Word of the Day: sinuous

sin·u·ous adjective \ˈsin-yə-wəs, -yü-əs\

: having many twists and turns

: moving and bending in a smooth and attractive way

Full Definition of SINUOUS

1a: of a serpentine or wavy form : winding

b: marked by strong lithe movements

sin·u·ous·ly adverb
sin·u·ous·ness noun

Origin of SINUOUS

Latin sinuosus, from sinus

First Known Use: 1578

Definition source: http://www.merriam-webster.com

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