[ US /ˈsɝpənˌtaɪn/ ]
[ UK /sˈɜːpɪntˌa‍ɪn/ ]
  1. resembling a serpent in form
    a serpentine wall
    snaky ridges in the sand
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How To Use serpentine In A Sentence

  • It looked like it was made of plaques of imperial jade, not softer serpentine. JADE ISLAND
  • You prayed to the devil in Serpentine avenue that the fubsy widow in front might lift her clothes still more from the wet street.
  • How about apatite, apophyllite, axinite, chlorite, hypersthene, scapolite, serpentine, tantalite, and wolframite?
  • It flew in search of waterfalls that fell off the hills and flowed in serpentine paths on the plains.
  • Arctic Village is an assembly of 40-odd spruce-log cabins that overlook the serpentine bends, oxbows, and channels of the East Fork.
  • Not an imaginary scene, but a view of Philip's serpentine garden at Greystones, winding into the distance. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
  • An unusual pairing during Art Basel Miami Beach was the jointly held event between Pringle of Scotland, the design house for Scottish woolies, and Serpentine Gallery, one of the most respected galleries in London. Kiša Lala: ART AND FASHION: Pringle Of Scotland And London's Serpentine Gallery Collaborate To Promote Scottish Artists
  • She says her illustration of a frenzied cat with a serpentine body always provoked immense laughter from children.
  • I will wander down it and pick flowers, green cowbind and the moonlight-coloured May, wild roses and ivy serpentine. The Waves
  • Yvette Gilbert, the songstress of the vile, the recitationist of the vulgar, and Le Loie Fuller, the dancer of the serpentine, live off the fat of the land every day. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 10
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