anfractuous /ənˈfraktjʊəs/

a

I. adjective


‹rare› sinuous or circuitous.

the line of gold extends and becomes anfractuous.
II. derivatives

anfractuosity
noun


– origin late 16th cent.: from late Latin anfractuosus, from Latin anfractus ‘a bending’.

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