flexuose

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flexuous or flexuose (ˈflɛksjʊəs, ˈflɛksjʊˌəʊs)
 
adj
1.  full of bends or curves; winding
2.  variable; unsteady
 
[C17: from Latin flexuōsus full of bends, tortuous, from flexus a bending; see flex]
 
flexuose or flexuose
 
adj
 
[C17: from Latin flexuōsus full of bends, tortuous, from flexus a bending; see flex]
 
'flexuously or flexuose
 
adv

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