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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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a smooth wave-like motion (physical or auditory)


having a wavy or rippled form or surface
  • How many times had she traveled this road, the wind in her hair, the Ohio River luring her with its promise, its swift and undulating beauty?
    p. 297.2
  • She walked into the gallery room and found his most famous photo, the undulating beach that was more than a beach, the curve of a woman's hip, then the smooth length of her leg, hidden among the dunes.
    p. 243.5
  • Beyond the windows, the lights of the city glittered seductively, scattered like sequins all over the undulating, dramatic hills.
    p. 256.9

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