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convoluted
used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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Definition highly complex or intricate
  • he held her tighter and ran the tip of his tongue along her cheek and onto the lobe of her ear and along the lovely convolutions to the sweet, firm rim at the top,
    Chapter 37 (17% in)
convolutions = complex curves
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