[ UK /vˈɒluːt/ ]
  1. a structure consisting of something wound in a continuous series of loops
    a coil of rope
  2. ornament consisting of a curve on a plane that winds around a center with an increasing distance from the center
  1. in the shape of a coil
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How To Use volute In A Sentence

  • Moreover some parts of gain will devolute to Italian Red Cross seriously employed in the disastrous earthquake land that hit the middle lands of Italia few weeks ago. MacMegasite
  • There was a convoluted tangle of coloured threads around you, some of which seemed to be paths.
  • I'm fascinated by how involuted discussions of race and society become.
  • Speaking in rapid, intense bursts, Smith expanded on his sometimes convoluted story.
  • The document, which critics of the plan describe as convoluted and skillfully worded, does not specify any dates for construction or even mention demolition. NYT > Home Page
  • The possible moves being not only manifold but involute, the chances of such oversights are multiplied; and in nine cases out of ten it is the more concentrative rather than the more acute player who conquers. The Murders in the Rue Morgue
  • Most of the 74 opinions are also lengthy and convoluted, larded with unnecessary detail and footnotes, and containing inappropriate swipes at the work of the other justices.
  • Even in face view the involute vernation is easily observed for the brief time that a leaf is emerging.
  • Wu Jinying is grasping steel knife to slaughter a cattle in workshop is involute arm, hand.
  • Despite its all-star cast, the original version was panned on its initial release, called convoluted and confusing. The New Wave, Still Rolling
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