tortuosity

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There is no tortuosity of thought to pardon or to forget; it is one unbroken interwoven strain of music, of imagery, of sentiment.

We had twenty miles to go, "as the birds fly," but the tortuosity of the channels rendered our course fully a third longer.

I allude to the enormous, almost preternatural magnitude of the wild-grape vine, and its tortuosity.

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