[ uhn-juh-luhnt ]
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Part of Speech adjective
Origin + Etymology
mid-19th century; from Latin undulant- "moving like a wave," from the verb undulare
  • hilly undulating wavy
  • flat straight
undulating; wavelike in motion or pattern
A) I don't how he got the pudding into that undulant shape, but it looks impressive. B) The walls were decorated with undulant patterns, perhaps because of the connection to sailing guilds.
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