circuitous[ ser-kyoo-i-tuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF circuitous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIRCUITOUS
Taking a circuitous route, he at last reached a sort of little inn.
Henry led the horse round by a circuitous way back to the path.
It seems a circuitous way; but it may prove a way nevertheless.
The lateness of the hour compelled her to take a circuitous route to London.
The ledge could only be reached by a circuitous route three miles away.
Why had Goritz come by the circuitous road over the Romanja Plain?
I had to proceed by a circuitous route in order to get ahead of the enemy.
By what strange and circuitous routes are lovers brought to meet!
The progress of Albert, and his- 74 - satellites, going the rounds, was circuitous.
Rebates may or may not be given in connection with circuitous routing.