winding[ wahyn-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF winding
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WINDING
Upon the axle of the winding pulley there is a break pulley, p.
It was to the girl as if the fragrance were twining and winding about her and impelling her like leashes.
We resumed our burden now, and made our way with it down the winding path to the bottom.
He walks through the long, winding passages and into room after room.
So they turned into the winding trail, and rode into the camp.
There was a gap in the conversation, which Clennam devoted to winding up his watch.
Before long they reached a sort of glen, at the bottom of which was a winding river.
They were winding up now, in the weird moonlight, for the hour was approaching.
The tall and thin one spread the winding sheet over the bran.
In spite of my winding it my watch stopped and the hours slipped by uncounted.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR WINDING