- undulating; wavelike in motion or pattern: an undulant edge.
Origin of undulant
Related Words for undulantrolling, undulating, hilly, curved, sinuous, curly, coiled, waving, convolute, resounding, undulate, convoluted, lurching, undulant, undulatory, voluble, involuted, bumpy, snaky, unstable
Examples from the Web for undulant
Historical Examples of undulant
"Now," he said, when he was stretched out on the undulant moss.Step IV
Rosel George Brown
Beyond was a lake, very blue in the sunlight, bulwarked by undulant hills.The Pace That Kills
We are rocked together, you and I, To this undulant movement.Goblins and Pagodas
John Gould Fletcher
The air came brisk and sweet; it rippled the fields to undulant shimmer of flashing purple and green and gold.Stepsons of Light
Eugene Manlove Rhodes
Against the blue background of the sky, green hill-tops trace an undulant line.Bastien Lepage
- rare resembling waves; undulating
Word Origin and History for undulant
1830, from Latin undulans, from unda "wave" (see water).