with twists and turns
in a tortuous manner;
"tortuously haggling over the price"
- Sometimes it flows tortuously in narrow landscape, either among strething mountains or through steep cliffs.
- The problem for advertisers is that the parliamentary process is tortuously slow in Italy.
- And such parallel sanctions bite more quickly than those negotiated tortuously among the six.
- He moved tortuously and as silently as he could to his camp at the foot of the hill.
- The system of the people’s juryman which has developed rather tortuously is both a political system and a judicial system .
- Jerusalem would be tortuously but fastidiously divided, allowing each side to have its capital there, with international oversight of the holy places.
- tortuous 弯曲的