tortile


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tortile

(ˈtɔːtaɪl)
adj
rare twisted or coiled
[C17: from Latin tortilis winding, from tortus twisted, from torquēre to twist]
tortility n

tor•tile

(ˈtɔr tɪl)

adj.
twisted; coiled.
[1650–60; < Latin tortilis, derivative of tor(quere) to twist, wring]
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