Difference between curvaceous and curb




  1. (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves


Everything's dancing to a more snaky and curvaceous rhythm right now - a much more meandering and lateral lambada.

Your shape has always been really shapely, your figure always curvaceous and you have always dressed to show that off.

We start with the queen of curvaceousness, Tyra Banks.

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  1. a stock exchange in New York


Alfred Nobel invented dynamite, a product in which the explosion-prone nitroglycerin is curbed by being absorbed in kieselguhr, a porous soil rich in shells of diatoms.

Inflation needs to be curbed in Russia.

The Mullahs remained a dominant influence until the twentieth century when the Pahlavis attempted to curb them.

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