serpiginously

serpiginously

(sɜːˈpɪdʒɪnəslɪ)
adv
in a serpiginous manner; in the manner characteristic of serpigo
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Lastly, I intend to emphasize that like 'life' itself, humanity's answers to these questions are hardly static; indeed, they inch serpiginously forward, tempting each generation to sit satisfied with the triumph of knowledge that follows from solid models, yet reminding us all that such models have often been built on shaky foundations.