Elsewhere on this website, Andrew Sullivan has brilliantly designated these convolutions as a “tic of his generation.”
The contour of a peninsula is like the surface of the brain: in both it is convolutions that count.
The convolutions of the brain were narrow, and very strongly marked.
Her hair, in its dips and convolutions, was altogether a puzzle.
The convolutions of the brain structure also appear during this month.
Henry had seen it before, but he observed it more closely now, with all its molded ridges and convolutions.
In some cases all the convolutions are visible, as in Operculina (Fig. 16).
Shells and patty-pans of different shapes and convolutions suggest bakery plays, and mother must sample the baby's cookery.
Hence the intestine is forced to form coils or convolutions.
In reality they were the convolutions of a hernia containing the posterior ends of both cerebral hemispheres.
convolution con·vo·lu·tion (kŏn'və-lōō'shən)
A form or part that is folded or coiled.
One of the convex folds of the surface of the brain.