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Name of the lake in Hyde Park, London
Sinuous; curving in alternate directions

The serpentine path through the mountains was narrow and dangerous.

Of, or having attributes associated with, the mythological serpent, such as craftiness or deceitfulness

The wily criminal was known for his serpentine behavior.

Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of snakes
Any of many minerals that have the same layered crystal structure
Any of several green/brown minerals consisting of a magnesium and iron silicates
{a} winding like a serpent, spiral
{n} a species of magnesian stone, veined or dotted
An early form of cannon
Resembling a serpent; having the shape or qualities of a serpent; subtle; winding or turning one way and the other, like a moving serpent; anfractuous; meandering; sinuous; zigzag; as, serpentine braid
To serpentize
possessing a compound curvature
It is a very pretty light green transluscent gemstone, often mistaken for jade or alabaster A R T Precious & Collectible Jewelry
resembling a serpent in form; "a serpentine wall"; "snaky ridges in the sand"
A coiled distillation tube
A soft, usually green mineral, a hydrated magnesium silicate, occurring in winding veins and in masses, formed by alteration of olivine, etc : a rock (in full, serpentine-rock), commonly an altered peridotite Composed mainly of the mineral serpentine (Chambers, 1184 )
The horse, at any pace, moves down the center of the school in a series of equal-sized loops in this School movement
Waving or undulating surface, resembling a snake's movement Term applies to both decoration and design (a serpentine-front cabinet, for example, has a convex center and concave ends) Characteristic of Hepplewhite and various French styles
A mineral or rock consisting chiefly of the hydrous silicate of magnesia
Having the shape or form of a snake
Any compulsory figure consisting of three circles and no turns
Something that is serpentine is curving and winding in shape, like a snake when it moves. serpentine woodland pathways. = winding. a lake in Hyde Park in London. Any of a group of magnesium-rich silicate minerals whose composition resembles Mg3Si2O5(OH)4. Serpentine generally occurs in three forms: as chrysotile, the most common variety of asbestos; and as antigorite or lizardite, both of which are commonly massive and fine-grained. Named in allusion to its resemblance to a snake's skin, serpentine is usually grayish, white, or green but may be yellow or green-blue. It takes a high polish and is sometimes used as an ornamental stone
{i} hydrous magnesium silicate, common mineral which resembles jade (used for decoration)
It is usually of an obscure green color, often with a spotted or mottled appearance resembling a serpent's skin
An outcrop or region with soil and rock dominated by these minerals
A kind of ancient cannon
Any of several plants believed to cure snakebites
Precious, or noble, serpentine is translucent and of a rich oil-green color
resembling a serpent in form; "a serpentine wall"; "snaky ridges in the sand
Of or characteristic of serpentine rocks or the plants that grow there
Two curves reminiscent of a serpent's movement; commonly found on fronts or tops of case pieces
{s} like a serpent; twisting, winding; sly, wily, treacherous
A mineral consisting chiefly of a hydrous silicate of magnesium, usually green, and sometimes spotted like a serpent’s skin (Gage Canadian Dictionary) Close
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