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1winding

noun wind·ing \ˈwīn-diŋ\

Definition of WINDING

1
:  material (as wire) wound or coiled about an object (as an armature); also :  a single turn of the wound material
2
a :  the act of one that winds
b :  the manner of winding something
3
:  a curved or sinuous course, line, or progress

First Known Use of WINDING

before 12th century

Rhymes with WINDING

2winding

adjective

Definition of WINDING

:  marked by winding: as
a :  having a curved or spiral course or form <a winding stairway>
b :  having a course that winds <a winding road>

Examples of WINDING

  1. <a long and winding path through the woods>
  2. <a winding staircase leads to the top of the lighthouse>

First Known Use of WINDING

1530

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