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The Giver
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  • With its sinuous trunk it stroked the huge corpse; then it reached up, broke some leafy branches with a snap, and draped them over the mass of torn thick flesh.

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  • There is a sinuous road up the mountain.
  • The appearance resembled the reflection of the moon, or some luminous body; for the edges were sinuous from the undulations of the surface.
    Darwin, Charles  --  The Voyage of the Beagle

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