By morning the dogs had curled into miserable little doughnuts in the snow.
Enter the discussion about seven more curled up dimensions.
We curled up in the hot, mosquito-filled cab and waited for him to return, which he did shortly before midnight.
Their cheeks were bloodless, and in place of hair writhing and swelling serpents curled around their brows.
There was another paratrooper in the back, one more curled up in the trunk.
Some people feel as if their limbs are curled up in impossible positions.
The nocturnal animals spend their days curled up in tree holes or clumps of dense vegetation.
Named for its red fur, the red panda is about the size of a raccoon and sports a long curled tail.
These belonged to an epaulette shark, small and lovely and speckled, lithe as an eel as it curled round a coral pillar.
When there's downtime, she'll be curled up in a corner reading a book, waiting for the next setup.
British Dictionary definitions for curled
(intransitive) (esp of hair) to grow into curves or ringlets
(transitive) sometimes foll by up. to twist or roll (something, esp hair) into coils or ringlets
(often foll by up) to become or cause to become spiral-shaped or curved; coil the heat made the leaves curl up
(intransitive) to move in a curving or twisting manner
(intransitive) to play the game of curling
curl one's lip, to show contempt, as by raising a corner of the lip
a curve or coil of hair
a curved or spiral shape or mark, as in wood
the act of curling or state of being curled
any of various plant diseases characterized by curling of the leaves
(maths) Also called rot, rotation. a vector quantity associated with a vector field that is the vector product of the operator ∇ and a vector function A, where ∇ = i∂/∂x + j∂/∂by + k∂/∂z,i, j, and k being unit vectors. Usually written curl A, rot ACompare divergence (sense 4), gradient (sense 4)