Etymology
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flexuous (adj.)

"full of bends or curves, winding, sinuous," c. 1600, from Latin flexuosus, from flexus (n.) "a bending," from flectere "to bend" (see flexible). From 1620s as "undulating."

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Definitions of flexuous

flexuous (adj.)
having turns or windings;
the flexuous bed of the stream
From wordnet.princeton.edu