flexuous

Flexuous vs Extensin - What's the difference?

flexuous | extensin |


As an adjective flexuous

is winding from side to side; sinuous.

As a noun extensin is

(biochemistry) any of a family of flexuous, rod-like, hydroxyproline-rich glycoproteins (hrgps) of the plant cell wall.

Flexuous vs Flexuously - What's the difference?

flexuous | flexuously |


As an adjective flexuous

is winding from side to side; sinuous.

As an adverb flexuously is

in a flexuous way.

Flexuous vs Flexuousness - What's the difference?

flexuous | flexuousness |


As an adjective flexuous

is winding from side to side; sinuous.

As a noun flexuousness is

the state or condition of being flexuous.

Winding vs Flexuous - What's the difference?

winding | flexuous |


As adjectives the difference between winding and flexuous

is that winding is twisting, turning or sinuous while flexuous is winding from side to side; sinuous.

As a verb winding

is or winding can be .

As a noun winding

is something wound around something else or winding can be the act or process of winding (turning around).

Flexuous vs Sinuous - What's the difference?

flexuous | sinuous |

Flexuous is a synonym of sinuous.


As adjectives the difference between flexuous and sinuous

is that flexuous is winding from side to side; sinuous while sinuous is having curves in alternate directions; meandering.

Flexuous vs Meander - What's the difference?

flexuous | meander |


As a adjective flexuous

is winding from side to side; sinuous.

As a noun meander is

a winding, crooked, or involved course.

As a verb meander is

to wind or turn in a course or passage; to be intricate.