Anfractuous (an-FRAK-shew-us) Adjective: -Sinuous or circuitous. From late Latin anfractuosus, from Latin anfractus (a bending). Late 16th century. Use instead of: bending, circuitous, coiling, convoluted, curving, curvy, deviating, devious, indirect, labyrinthine, looping, meandering, rambling, serpentine, sinuous, spiralling, twisting, twisty, undulating, wandering, winding, zigzag Used in a sentence: “Ugh, another useless staff meeting, the whole time taken up by one of Bob’s anfractuous stories about how things were done back in the day.”

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