1. sine => sinuous.
2. sine => cosine.
- sinuous: see sine
- sinuous (adj.)
- "full of turns and curves," 1570s, from Latin sinuosus "full of curves, folds, or bendings," from sinus "curve, fold, bend" (see sinus). Related: Sinuously; sinuousness.
- 1. I drove along sinuous mountain roads.
- 2. He has a distinctively sinuous way of walking.
- 3. the sinuous grace of a cat
- 4. The river wound its sinuous way across the plain.
- 5. Self - formed river channels tend to be sinuous.
[ sinuous 造句 ]