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synonyms for serpentines

  • coil
  • complexity
  • contortion
  • curlicue
  • gyration
  • helix
  • intricacy
  • involution
  • sinuosity
  • sinuousness
  • swirl
  • tortuousness
  • twist
  • undulation
  • winding
  • coiling
  • serpentine
  • snaking
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antonyms for serpentines

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  • line
  • straightness
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How to use serpentines in a sentence

From there the eye can follow the windings of the stream as it serpentines through the hills, for many miles.
THE LIFE OF THE MOSELLEOCTAVIUS ROOKE
They were known under the varied names of bombards, serpentines, etc.
THE WONDER BOOK OF KNOWLEDGEVARIOUS
The road descends by another series of serpentines, and a long straight drive brings us into the town.
THE LAND OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINREGINALD WYON
Off we tore again, and at last reached that point where the descent begins in serpentines to Rijeka.
THE LAND OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINREGINALD WYON
In a succession of serpentines, the road descends sharply on to the great plain, the fertile valley of Nikšić.
THE LAND OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINREGINALD WYON
The protection of an island location is almost equalled in the peninsulas formed by the serpentines or meanders of a river.
INFLUENCES OF GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTELLEN CHURCHILL SEMPLE
Its course to-day serpentines so freely that at times we steer almost east, and then again go west.
THE SEA AND THE JUNGLEH. M. TOMLINSON
Bands play, serpentines stream over the ship's side, and turn its dull color into a careless rainbow.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
She carried four masts and a bowsprit, and was armed with 225 small guns, called serpentines.
ANCIENT AND MODERN SHIPS.GEORGE C. V. HOLMES
Serpentines, peridotites and diabases are interstratified with the Eocene deposits.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 2VARIOUS
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