Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Word O' The Day

posted by The Vidiot @ 4:11 PM Permalink

Adjective: Full of twists and turns; tortuous.

Etymology: 1621, from L. anfractuous, from anfractus "a winding," from am(bi)- "around" + frangere "to break"

Used in a sentence: The Bush regime's anfractuous explanations for Gitmo are tortured and weary, much like the majority of the inhabitants.


Post a Comment

<< Home