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synonyms for involuted

  • hilly
  • undulating
  • convolute
  • convoluted
  • lurching
  • resounding
  • reverberating
  • undulate
  • circumrotary
  • undulant
  • voluble
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How to use involuted in a sentence

Our illustration shows at A the top of the cup with the open centre, while at B and C may be seen the peculiar involuted form.
POTTERY AND PORCELAIN, FROM EARLY TIMES DOWN TO THE PHILADELPHIA EXHIBITION OF 1876CHARLES WYLLYS ELLIOTT
On each side the involuted corals flung their twisted arms in more curious and intricate folds.
CORD AND CREESEJAMES DE MILLE
Full of curious involuted lines--a mist of lines--with a face peering through the mist, if you looked close enough.
OLD JUNKH. M. TOMLINSON
The involuted portion of the inner lip is shorter and differently shaped.
THE BEAKED WHALES OF THE FAMILY ZIPHIDAEFREDERICK TRUE
Celtic illuminations also have these distorted, involuted creatures.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
The epiblast in the angle formed by the cranial flexure becomes involuted to form the cavity of the mouth.
THE WORKS OF FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR, VOLUME III (OF 4)FRANCIS MAITLAND BALFOUR
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WORDS RELATED TO INVOLUTED

  • circumrotary
  • convolute
  • convoluted
  • hilly
  • involuted
  • lurching
  • resounding
  • reverberating
  • undulant
  • undulate
  • undulating
  • voluble
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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