adjective Informal.
(of a woman) having a well-shaped figure with voluptuous curves.
Also, curvacious.

1935–40, Americanism; curve + -aceous

curvaceously, curvaciously, adverb
curvaceousness, curvaciousness, noun Unabridged
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curvaceous (kɜːˈveɪʃəs)
informal (esp of a woman) having shapely curves or a well-rounded body

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Word Origin & History

1936, U.S. colloquial, from curve + facetious use of Mod.L. botanical suffix meaning "of a certain kind." First recorded reference is to Mae West.
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Example sentences
Those curvaceous side pods are flax fiber and resin from recycled plastic
Their bodies were curvaceous and softly inflated, with hardly a muscle in sight.
Pale, curvaceous granite rocks dance in the skyline.
Eat more food than you can use, and your body will stockpile the surplus in all
  sorts of curvaceous and unsightly ways.
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