It is remarkable for the undulations, or flexures, between the serratures of the leaf.
His cloth of gold bursts at the flexures, and shows the naked poetry.
They by no means observe a parallelism to the mean, but change their flexures, assuming new sinuosities.
In very large specimens there are five flexures in the horn, but generally four.
The nurse should take a handful of lard and rub it in with the palm of the hand, particularly in the flexures of the joints.
The flexures of the gorge are determined by those of the river channel above it.
The supposition is therefore untenable that the courses of the ridges are wholly determined by the flexures.
His momentum was that of a river, which combines weight and directness with the ability to yield to the flexures of its bed.