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twisting

[ twis-ting ]
/ ˈtwɪs tɪŋ /
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noun
the act of squirming or turning about; wiggling: Her restless twisting disturbed the bedsheets.
the act or practice of tricking the holder of a life insurance policy into switching to a policy from a new company that is less advantageous for them.
adjective
characterized by being twisted; winding: The twisting corridors were impossible to navigate.
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Origin of twisting

First recorded in 1905–10; twist + -ing1
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