Definition of 'convolutions'
Example sentences containing 'convolutions'
Like St Blaise, Fresnes les Puits was mounted on a pinnacle, but less tightly, and with fewer inner convolutions.MOONDROP TO MURDER (2001)
Space itself was knotted up, its convolutions pliable enough to be pressed through but only with the greatest difficulty.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
`May I ask, sir, by what weird convolutions this case is now being classified as a matter of national security?RIOT (2001)
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