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curvy

[kur-vee] /ˈkɜr vi/
adjective, curvier, curviest.
1.
2.
Informal. curvaceous.
Also, curvey.
Origin
1900-1905
1900-05; curve + -y1
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  • Such tasks simply weren't a part of the previous race, which basically involved driving down a curvy desert road.
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  • The road is in good condition, but the area is mountainous and curvy.
  • Spend the day hiking, biking or driving along the curvy elevations of this national treasure.
  • It's a curvy, two-lane road drive not for the faint of heart and ideal for unexpected nature hikes, picnicking and picture-taking.
  • The bride wore a curvy, strapless, white satin gown sprinkled with sequins.
  • Indeed, curvy tailoring and lacy underthings are the soul of the brand.
  • The second driving tasks consisted of a curvy road including combinations of three curvatures and three lengths.
  • The study indicated that the motorists were able to see the curvy alignment of the roadway sooner.
  • The road is curvy and motorists must remember to slow down when approaching curves in order to avoid hitting moose.
Word Origin and History for curvy
adj.

1902, from curve (n.) + -y (2). Related: Curviness.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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