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wind·ing

 (wīn′dĭng)
n.
1.
a. Something wound about a center or an object: an armature with its wire winding.
b. The way in which something is wound.
c. One complete turn of something wound: two windings of electrical tape.
2. A curve or bend, as of a road.
adj.
1. Twisting or turning; sinuous.
2. Spiral.

wind′ing·ly adv.
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