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undulant

adjective un·du·lant \ˈən-jə-lənt, ˈən-dyə-, ˈən-də-\

Definition of UNDULANT

1
:  rising and falling in waves
2
:  having a wavy form, outline, or surface <played her approach shot onto the undulant green>

First Known Use of UNDULANT

1822

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