English Etymology Old French ambages (French ambages), from Latin ambages, from ambi- + agere âto driveâ.
Pronunciation IPA: /'Ã¦mbÉªÊ¤Éªz/
Noun en-noun|plurale tantum|plural only
#:*1993: Paris put fear into him, a city of monstrous size to which London was but a market town. Its ambages of streets bewildered. (Burgess, A Dead Man In Deptford)
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