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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "curve" in a sentence

    curve example sentences

    curves


    curve


    curved


    curving


    1. The way the fore-hatch curves is like the back of the cap


    2. As they pulled closer they could see that the opening of the tunnel was decorated with flowing curves, giving the impression of continuous bodies intertwined


    3. The glass was embedded in a network of roots instead of lead, the columns of the door were carved in sensuous curves, but the window provided a small alcove that Herndon could back him into


    4. That was meant to be level in spite of it's curves, this was very level and very straight


    5. She's a cuddly little thing and he loved the tight little curves of her body next to his


    6. "If we could even tell if we had one," Alan said, while starting to run his fingers over the smooth, soft curves of her skin


    7. Berndt, who has been chatting to our bargemaster, tells me this is because the tunnel curves slightly


    8. They had somehow or other also gained curves in all the right places and this forced their admirers to retrace their most recent memories for any prior evidence of same


    9. A red dress that fit tightly against the curves of her body, as soft as the skin


    10. The lane twists and dips past Hoops restaurant, turning sharply left, and as the Mondeo swings through the curves and Alex catches a flash of brake lights up ahead, Billy starts to feel nauseous


















































































    1. The old Jeep bounces around the curve and John breaks


    2. curve of her firm, full and neatly upturned breasts


    3. I glared at the catcher, as if to say, "I dare you to call for another curve


    4. The Countess ran her free hand along the contours of her body, tracing the curve of her firm, full and neatly upturned breasts


    5. He was now leaning on the rail facing her with his hand caressing her side, delighting her with the gentle sweep of his hand over the smooth curve of her naked waist and hip


    6. and drops its curve,


    7. Herod was way ahead of the curve


    8. She had her skirt on, but it was low on her hip on that side and her smooth curve was most pleasant


    9. They told him this was because the thick air near the ground bent light into a sharper curve than the radius of the planet


    10. he finds her smell and the curve of her neck,


















































































    1. But that's OK because the backbone is curved, he can still get the crate four feet off the ground with the six foot wheels


    2. "Hey, wait," he said, but when the shadow skated across the curved hull of the ring section in front of him like a predator was swooping in from above, he knew why Parker had been keen to get the hell out of there


    3. The words 'Darceenian Flame' curved in purple lettering, distorted on a blazing ball like the banding of Kortrax centered in the deep blue mainsail of her foremast


    4. " Luray had broken off a long frond and stripped it, getting a curved stick over three feet long out of it


    5. "A stargate is the theory that space can be curved and distant points brought together so they are joined over distances as great as one star to another," Luray said


    6. Lady Jennie curved to the right and gently glided over the mountaintop and headed for camp


    7. Each leg seemed to be a curved stick, he could see no joints in them


    8. It was just a sloppy ball of flesh, squirming like one big three hundred pound blob of fat, propped up on six curved sticks, each four and a half foot long, pulsating out of the bottom edge


    9. I preferred to lay under my towel within the safety of the shore, enjoying an ice cream and watching my uncle struggle with his wet suit before he curved into the sea like a dolphin only to reappear sometime later and regale me with stories of seals, gentle basking sharks, forests of stunning pink corals and walls of bright coloured jewel anemones he said he saw on his dives


    10. It was almost a circle, with large stone arches all about curved inward; Lord Tarak was standing there waiting for them


















































































    1. falling dishevelled across shoulders and curving round her breasts


    2. What they had was a curving cone of probability


    3. She rolled onto her side and propped her head up on her hand, her black hair falling dishevelled across shoulders and curving round her breasts


    4. curving in and out of shadows,


    5. One stick had a strong branch curving out on each side, from which she had run a string to a nub on the main stick


    6. But behind my uncle I could see a shining wall of glistening sea curving down to cover us and before I could make him understand, it hit us and he let me go


    7. wry smiles curving their mouths


    8. the fine curving lines he had drawn on the wood earlier


    9. This was a very different city, the hangleaf fronds and numerous large canals curving with the dam were unlike anything on Earth


    10. For just such emergencies, he always stored a good supply of canvas, strong sisal thread, and long, curving mariner’s needles


















































































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    Synonyms for "curve"

    bender breaking ball curve curve ball bend curvature curved shape curl kink cut sheer slew slue swerve trend veer crook arc arch twist wind round hunch camber extend stretch

    "curve" definitions

    the trace of a point whose direction of motion changes


    a line on a graph representing data


    a pitch of a baseball that is thrown with spin so that its path curves as it approaches the batter


    the property possessed by the curving of a line or surface


    curved segment (of a road or river or railroad track etc.)


    turn sharply; change direction abruptly


    extend in curves and turns


    form an arch or curve


    bend or cause to bend


    form a curl, curve, or kink