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undulating (comparative more undulating, superlative most undulating)

  1. Moving up and down like waves; wavy
  2. Forming a series of regular curves

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undulating

  1. present participle of undulate

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undulating (plural undulatings)

  1. undulation
    • 1930, John Thomas Ingram Bryan, The Philosophy of English Literature (page 27)
      In good poetry every word and phrase, as Professor McKail says, reverberates like the sound of a lyre, and leaves after it numberless undulatings. The verse exhales sweet sound, and light-like thought, as perfumes do; but we cannot explain just why.