curvy

[kur-vee]
adjective, curvier, curviest.
2.
Informal. curvaceous.
Also, curvey.


Origin:
1900–05; curve + -y1

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curve (kɜːv)
 
n
1.  a continuously bending line that has no straight parts
2.  something that curves or is curved, such as a bend in a road or the contour of a woman's body
3.  the act or extent of curving; curvature
4.  maths
 a.  a system of points whose coordinates satisfy a given equation; a locus of points
 b.  the graph of a function with one independent variable
5.  a line representing data, esp statistical data, on a graph: an unemployment curve
6.  ahead of the curve ahead of the times; ahead of schedule
7.  behind the curve behind the times; behind schedule
8.  short for French curve
 
vb
9.  to take or cause to take the shape or path of a curve; bend
 
Related: sinuous
 
[C15: from Latin curvāre to bend, from curvus crooked]
 
curvedly
 
adv
 
'curvedness
 
n
 
'curvy
 
adj

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