verb (used without object), un·du·lat·ed, un·du·lat·ing.
verb (used with object), un·du·lat·ed, un·du·lat·ing.
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Origin of undulate
OTHER WORDS FROM undulateun·du·la·tor, nounnon·un·du·late, adjectivenon·un·du·lat·ing, adjective
Words nearby undulate
How to use undulate in a sentence
He’s in the Montana prairie in a place called Centennial Valley, which is undulating sagebrush flats layered with ancient sand dunes bordered on one side by the Centennial Mountains.Can a hunter outrun an antelope? This ultra-marathoner is finding out.|By Christine Peterson/Outdoor Life|November 23, 2020|Popular Science
In this computer model, snakes that undulated flew similarly to the real-life snakes.
In the simulation, snakes that undulated flew similarly to the real-life snakes.
Certain species of tree snakes can glide through the air, undulating their bodies as they soar from tree to tree.
Gliding snakes undulate their bodies both side to side and up and down, the researchers found, and move their tails above and below the level of their heads.
"Built it this spring," he said, surveying his handiwork, which seemed to undulate as the cars swept past.In Search of the Unknown|Robert W. Chambers
But around and on every side of the retina undulate countless other rays that leave no impression upon it.Mysterious Psychic Forces|Camille Flammarion
A bold but popular authoress was severely rated lately for the passage, “made twilight undulate.”Jasper Lyle|Harriet Ward
Scarcely had the crier ceased to speak, when the crowd began to undulate like a serpent behind the line of soldiers.The Forty-Five Guardsmen|Alexandre Dumas
A violent east wind causes the tall heather, now of the color of dead leaves, to undulate like a peaceful sheet of water.The Carlovingian Coins|Eugne Sue