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  • 21crooked — adj 1. bent, bending, flexed, bowed, hooked, twisted, contorted; curved, incurvated, angular, coiled, circled, curled, spiral, looped; arched, arcuate, inflected, vaulted, cambered. 2. winding, flexuous, sinuous, tortuous, serpentine; meandering …

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  • 22devious — adj 1. indirect, roundabout, circumven tive, dodging, evasive, deviating; circuitous, winding, curvy, worming, flexuous, sinuous, anfractuous, tortuous, serpentine, zigzag; vagrant, wandering, meandering, unsettled, unstable. 2. tricky, cunning,… …

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  • 23tortuous — adj 1. twisting, winding, anfractuous, flexuous, sinuous, sinuate, undulating, serpentine, snaky, vermiculate, zigzag; turning, meandering, curvilinear, curved, curvy; spiraling, circling, convoluted, volute; tortile, twisted, crooked, bent; mazy …

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  • 24winding — winding, sinuous, serpentine, tortuous, flexuous can all mean curving first one way and then another. Winding, the general and the ordinary term, often implies spiral ascent {winding stairs} {a winding mountain road} When applied to things in a… …

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  • 25serpentine — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. snaky, reptilian, herpetic; sinuous, slithery; winding, tortuous, snaking; cunning, wily, venomous, cold blooded. See convolution. Ant., straight [forward]. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. snakelike,… …

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  • 26tortuous — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. spiral, snaky, sinuous, serpentine; winding, crooked. See convolution. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Winding] Syn. snaky, sinuous, twisting; see crooked 1 , winding . 2. [Not straightforward] Syn.… …

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  • 27circuitous — I adjective ambagious, anfractuous, anguilliform, anguine, circumfluent, circumambulating, circumfluous, circumlocutory, complicated, contorted, convoluted, convolution, crooked, curved, deviating, deviatory, devious, digressive, discursive, eel… …

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  • 28complex — I adjective abstruse, bewildering, chaotic, circuitous, complicated, confused, convoluted, difficult, elaborated, enigmatic, entangled, flexuous, impenetrable, implicated, inextricable, inscrutable, interlaced, interwoven, intricate, involuted,… …

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  • 29labyrinthine — I adjective ambagious, ambagitory, baffling, bewildering, chaotic, circuitous, complex, complicated, confounding, confusing, crooked, deviating, difficult, digressive, entangled, excursive, flexuous, full of curves, full of turns, impeditus,… …

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  • 30arced arched arching arciform arcuate bowed — curved curved adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate}; …

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  • 31curved — adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate};… …

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  • 32falcate sickle-shaped — curved curved adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate}; …

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  • 33incurvate incurved — curved curved adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate}; …

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  • 34recurved recurvate — curved curved adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate}; …

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  • 35semicircular — curved curved adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate}; …

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  • 36serpentine snaky — curved curved adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate}; …

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  • 37sinusoidal — curved curved adj. 1. not straight; having or marked by curves. Opposite of {straight}. Note: [Narrower terms: {arced, arched, arching, arciform, arcuate, bowed}; {falcate, sickle shaped}; {flexuous}; {incurvate, incurved}: {recurved, recurvate}; …

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  • 38crooked — crookedly, adv. crookedness, n. /krook id/ for 1 4, 6; /krookt/ for 5, adj. 1. not straight; bending; curved: a crooked path. 2. askew; awry: The picture on the wall seems to be crooked. 3. deformed: a man with a crooked back. 4. not… …

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  • 39anfractuous — Synonyms and related words: ambagious, circuitous, circumlocutory, cochlear, cochleate, convoluted, convolutional, corkscrew, corkscrewy, flexuose, flexuous, helical, helicoid, involute, involuted, involutional, labyrinthine, mazy, meandering,… …

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  • 40circuitous — Synonyms and related words: O shaped, aberrant, aberrative, ambagious, anfractuous, backhand, backhanded, circular, circumlocutional, circumlocutory, collateral, convolutional, deflectional, departing, desultory, deviant, deviating, deviative,… …

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