Like Crest, he, too, has a tortuous path to follow.
She could see only to the next jag in the tortuous path.
His face, too, bore the marks of the long, tortuous path he had walked.
I left the building by the same tortuous path, watching for those snakes, back to my car.
Not once during his tortuous path to becoming a major leaguer.
He had been led down tortuous evil paths by a twisted police officer.
And for both horses, it meant a tortuous path to the 3-year-old honors that seemed within reach when the season opened.
By what tortuous paths have you arrived thus far?
The fructose case has followed a tortuous path over its many years.
Last week's events are a sign of the tortuous path that probably lies ahead for Russia.
And down a tight, twisty road it would disappear from either in a short order.
"Sport" makes the car stiffer and better on twisty roads.
It's a twisty road and my shoulder started aching.
Or it can be lowered to make exit easier and handling better on twisty roads.
It's been something of a twisty road, and now your name has entered into the mix.
Less than a mile now, down the twisty road past Straffan.
The slender, twisty road suddenly tilted up toward the sky again.
I was doing over ninety on a twisty road built for fifty or sixty.
The twisty road is considered to be especially treacherous during the winter months.
"It's quite a distance along twisty roads," she said, clearly looking for an out.
In these dark and crooked paths his steps to be the more sure were necessarily slow.
A gentle breeze made the leaves dance in a crooked path along the bank.
The Shadow had completed a circle on a crooked path that led nowhere.
He kept his attention on the crooked path ahead of him.
This is sometimes referred to as the "crooked path" to genocide.
We marched our crooked path in silence for a time.
And has he walked too long beside a crooked path to trust a granger's smile?
For it is clear now that even at the Council his feet were already on a crooked path.
The movie leads us down a crooked path and if we accept it as truth then anything is possible, even black rage.
"We are making a crooked path," he muttered to himself.
He needed a schemer, someone used to plotting and crooked ways of thinking.
The changes began to include speed as the ship worked its crooked way down toward the planet.
"I suppose I've adopted my husband's crooked way of looking at things."
He liked, if I may put it so, doing things the crooked way.
If I choose to serve men in a crooked way, what necessity is there for me to leave the country of my parents?
"If there is any crooked way of getting a thing done my dad will think of it!"
There was no way of knowing what lay back in those crooked ways.
In a crooked way, it was very nice: lots of layers.
He was silent for a moment, then he smiled in a crooked way.
For more than a Spell they followed the little lane as it made its crooked way through the city.
The end of this tortuous road is nowhere in sight.
By 1905, a "steep and tortuous" road leading to the crater rim was completed.
But the planned overhaul of the tax system has traveled a tortuous road.
But the tortuous road toward the fund's liquidation promises to remain contentious, and expensive.
By 1905, a "steep and tortuous" road to the crater rim had been completed.
Salvage teams traveling on tortuous roads reached the site three to four hours later.
"It has been a long, hard and tortuous road, but it was well worth the effort."
We had averaged above thirteen leagues a night, by tortuous and wretched roads.
Theoretically, it is possible to snake along a narrow, rough, tortuous road and park a mile or so above each town.
But dismantling Shoreham is only the first step on a long and tortuous road.