Definition of Serpentine. Meaning of Serpentine. Synonyms of Serpentine
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Definition of Serpentine
Serpentine Ser"pen*tine, v. i.
To serpentize. [R.] --Lyttleton.
Serpentine Ser"pen*tine, a. [L. serpentinus: cf. F.
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.
Thy shape Like his, and color serpentine. --Milton.
Meaning of Serpentine from wikipedia
to: La Serpentine
, a mountain
of the Alps Serpentine
(lake), in London, England Serpentine
, Victoria, Australia, a town Serpentine...
soil is mostly derived
rocks; In particular, serpentinite, a rock formed
by the hydration
and metamorphic transformation
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as the Serpentine
River) is a 40-acre (16 ha) recreational...
- The Serpentine Galleries
are two contemporary
Gardens, Hyde Park, Central
the Serpentine Gallery
- For other
uses, see Serpentine
(disambiguation). The serpentine subgroup
(part of the kaolinite-serpentine
group) are greenish, brownish...
- The Shire
-Jarrahdale is a local government
area in the outer southeastern metropolitan
area of Perth, the capital
- A Serpentine Dance
(French: Danse Serpentine
) was an 1896 French silent
Méliès. It was released
by Méliès's company
- The Serpentine National
Park is a national
on the Darling
(34 mi) southeast
- other senses
of the term, see Serpentine
(disambiguation). For the mathematical
concept, see Serpentine
curve. A serpentine shape
is any of certain
- The Serpentine River
is a river
in the South
Australia. The river rises
in the Darling Scarp below Bowerling
Hill and flows
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