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anfractuous (adjective), more anfractuous, most anfractuous
1. Characterized by being full of twists and turns: The anfractuous roads were full of bends and angles that made it difficult for Karl and Ingrid to reach their summer cottage in the mountains.
2. Etymology: from Latin anfractuous, from anfractus, "a winding, a turning, a bending around"; from ambi-, "around" + fractus a form of frangere, "to break".
Winding, tortuous, or full of twists and turns.
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Descriptive of being full of twists and turns; tortuous; winding and turning left and right and back and forth. (1)