Thesaurus / wavy

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The fact that it’s hand-wavy doesn’t mean that liquid phase separation isn’t the key driving force.

We represent electromagnetic interactions as wavy lines connecting charged particles with each other.

A New Map of All the Particles and ForcesNatalie Wolchover, Samuel Velasco and Lucy Reading-IkkandaOctober 22, 2020Quanta Magazine

If that still sounds hand-wavy, picture a synapse as two extremely intimate communities.

She put both her hands on her temples and stroked her wavy hair gently, as though making it tidy.

The Road to the OpenArthur Schnitzler

But the stereotyped use of the bordure wavy in England with a set meaning, gives to the wavy variety a lack of desirability.

A star with wavy rays or points, which are six, eight, or sometimes even more in number: No. 242.

Basin broad, shallow, and regular or wavy; Eye medium, open.

American PomologyJ. A. Warder

The head of the arch is wavy and formed mostly of convex curves.

Portuguese ArchitectureWalter Crum Watson

When the section of it is circular, the hair is straight and lank; when flattened, woolly; and when oval, curly or wavy.

Human OriginsSamuel Laing

Elnora's hair is bright and wavy, but yours is silky as hackled flax.

A Girl Of The LimberlostGene Stratton Porter

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