sinuate

Sinuate - What does it mean?

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Sinuate vs Sinuated - What's the difference?

sinuate | sinuated |


As verbs the difference between sinuate and sinuated

is that sinuate is to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out while sinuated is (sinuate).

As an adjective sinuate

is sinuous.

Sinuate vs Situate - What's the difference?

sinuate | situate |


As verbs the difference between sinuate and situate

is that sinuate is to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out while situate is to place on or into a physical location most commonly used adjectivally in past participle.

As adjectives the difference between sinuate and situate

is that sinuate is sinuous while situate is situated.

Sinuate vs Rivose - What's the difference?

sinuate | rivose |


As adjectives the difference between sinuate and rivose

is that sinuate is sinuous while rivose is marked with sinuate and irregular furrows.

As a verb sinuate

is to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out.

Sinuate vs Subsinuate - What's the difference?

sinuate | subsinuate |


As adjectives the difference between sinuate and subsinuate

is that sinuate is sinuous while subsinuate is (mycology) somewhat sinuate.

As a verb sinuate

is to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out.

Insinuate vs Sinuate - What's the difference?

insinuate | sinuate |


As verbs the difference between insinuate and sinuate

is that insinuate is (rare) to creep, wind, or flow into; to enter gently, slowly, or imperceptibly, as into crevices while sinuate is to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out.

As an adjective sinuate is

sinuous.

Circuitous vs Sinuate - What's the difference?

circuitous | sinuate |


As adjectives the difference between circuitous and sinuate

is that circuitous is not direct or to the point while sinuate is sinuous.

As a verb sinuate is

to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out.

Stem vs Sinuate - What's the difference?

stem | sinuate |


As verbs the difference between stem and sinuate

is that stem is to remove the stem from or stem can be to stop, hinder (for instance, a river or blood) while sinuate is to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out.

As a noun stem

is the stock of a family; a race or generation of progenitors or stem can be .

As an adjective sinuate is

sinuous.

Border vs Sinuate - What's the difference?

border | sinuate |


As verbs the difference between border and sinuate

is that border is to put a border on something while sinuate is to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out.

As a noun border

is the outer edge of something.

As an adjective sinuate is

sinuous.

Sinuous vs Sinuate - What's the difference?

sinuous | sinuate |


As adjectives the difference between sinuous and sinuate

is that sinuous is having curves in alternate directions; meandering while sinuate is sinuous.

As a verb sinuate is

to advance in wavy or curvy manner, to bend, to curve, to wind in and out.

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