It reflects few of the German involutions, and reads smoothly and flowingly.
The intrigue is wearisome: its involutions are ineffectively puzzling.
The involutions, the suggestiveness so attractive to adult ears, he cannot hear.
Walter Pater's essay on Style is honeycombed with involutions and preciosity.
The length of the Mississippi, from the Gulf of Mexico, pursuing its involutions, may be stated to be three thousand miles.
These involutions grow inwards, and meet corresponding outgrowths of the branchial sack, with which they fuse.
Here are draperies and involutions of mystery from which mere curiosity stands aloof.
Whether or no the involutions of the "Golden Bowl" will titillate his arcane sensibilities.
They perform evolutions and involutions, till one is transformed by a duodenary ulcer.
We have many examples of organs, which, though in most cases arising as involutions, yet appear in other cases as solid ingrowths.