Etymology
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sinuous (adj.)

"full of turns and curves," 1570s, from Latin sinuosus "full of curves, folds, or bendings," from sinus "curve, fold, bend" (see sinus). Related: Sinuously; sinuousness.

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Definitions of sinuous

sinuous (adj.)
curved or curving in and out;
Synonyms: sinuate / wiggly
sinuous (adj.)
gracefully thin and bending and moving with ease;
Synonyms: lissome / lissom / lithe / lithesome / supple
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