contour[ kon-toor ]SEE DEFINITION OF contour
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTOUR
Her contour was rather square than oblong, and she was very heavy.
If ever he praised a limb, a tint, a contour, it was solely from the artistic point of view.
A scanty growth of whisker did not conceal the contour of his jaw.
“I wonder you had the heart to risk spoiling its contour,” she said resentfully.
The circumference of the crest on the 10,000-foot contour is nearly seven miles.
It was a contour map, giving the hills, sand reaches, and groves.
But the features were nonhuman, closer to saurian in contour.
And the contour of the cliff was plainly visible in front of it.
There were no lines, nothing lost, nothing hardened in contour.
Sometimes the contour of the country drove him into the open or down into hollows.