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undulate
used in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

2 uses
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Definition
a smooth wave-like motion (physical or auditory)

or:

having a wavy or rippled form or surface
  • (NICK and MARTHA move apart now and dance on either side of where GEORGE and HONEY are sitting; they face each other, and while their feet move but little, their bodies undulate congruently. . . . . It is as if they were pressed together)
    2 — Act 2 (50% in)
undulate = move in a smooth wave-like motion

(editor's note:  In this context, congruently means:  together in synchronization or in harmony or in a coinciding manner)
  • (They may undulate toward each other and then move back).
    2 — Act 2 (52% in)

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