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flexuous

flexuous

adjective flex·u·ous \ˈflek-sh(ə-)wəs\

Definition of FLEXUOUS

1
:  having curves, turns, or windings
2
:  lithe or fluid in action or movement

Origin of FLEXUOUS

Latin flexuosus, from flexus bend, from flectere
First Known Use: 1605

flexuous

adjective flex·u·ous \ˈfleksh-(ə-)wəs\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of FLEXUOUS

:  lacking rigidity in structure or action <flexuous filamentous virus particles—M. Hema et al>

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