[ UK /kɜːvˈe‍ɪʃəs/ ]
  1. (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
    Hollywood seems full of curvaceous blondes
    a curvy young woman in a tight dress
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How To Use curvaceous In A Sentence

  • 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. The Sun
  • We start with the queen of curvaceousness, Tyra Banks. CNN Transcript Jan 7, 2008
  • He was tall, blond, handsome and muscular and his wife was curvaceous and very sexy.
  • On the outside, its bold, curvaceous form draws plenty of commentary, both flattering and otherwise.
  • Wow! She's leggy, busty, curvaceous, everything.
  • The boiler was straight ahead, a giant, white, curvaceous beast, with a rough asbestos hide.
  • Alone in my bedroom with me, K'ohna inhaled deeply, causing her clothing to move in a way which was not unpleasing to the eye, the wrinkles upon the thin cloth smoothing out against her slightly curvaceous figure.
  • They are also beautiful examples of Italian styling, with curvaceous white pearlescent outer legs and shapely polished crowns.
  • Debrahlee Lorenzana, a woman who says she was fired from her banking job after complaining that male colleagues called her curvaceous figure distracting, arrives at the offices of the New York State Division of Human Rights in New - News
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