wind (one's) way through (something)(redirected from winding one's way through)
wind (one's) way through (something)
To move through some area or thing in a twisting or circuitous manner. It's going to take us a while to wind our way through the forest because of all the snow. Good luck winding your way through that crowd of people blocking the buffet.
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