from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an undulating manner; in waves.

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  • adverb In an undulating manner.


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undulating +‎ -ly


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  • I considered the belly and hips of the dancing girl as she thrust them toward me, undulatingly, as the music pounded in the tavern.

    Rogue Of Gor Norman, John, 1931- 1982

  • Along a mottled green-and-brown stretch of shore, which rolled undulatingly toward the icy fringe of the polar sea, more than twoscore hunters were engaged in unusual activity.

    The Eternal Maiden T. Everett Harr��

  • The woman bent forward, swiftly, undulatingly, as a snake strikes.

    A Fool There Was Porter Emerson Browne

  • The greensward, which came right down to the beach of coarse coral grit, rose undulatingly at a very gentle slope until within about three - quarters of a mile from the summit of the peak, when the slope became considerably steeper -- probably a rise of one in five -- to within a couple of hundred feet of the summit, when the slope took an angle of about forty-five degrees.

    Overdue The Story of a Missing Ship Harry Collingwood 1886


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