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adjective as in shaped

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A narrow passage contoured a pine-dotted hill, with a tiny turnaround visible about a half-mile ahead.

In other words, Followers, Likes and re-Grams can be a practice-run for navigating the professional status-seeking that, for better or worse, contours our adult experience.

The first half of this movie is soothing, with its familiar contours of the finding-yourself-in-the-woods genre.

An adjustable strap allows you to fit the mask around your head accordingly and the nose portion will contour comfortably around your face.

It does not have the boundaries or the contours of the state.

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Stillwell commenced a contoured plane-table survey of the neighbourhood of Winter Quarters.

Contoured: An irregular but smoothly undulating surface, resembling the surface of a relief map.

A boar's head contoured in the recognizable shape but with tusks only made of pizza was a favourite alternative.

Each vesicle is lined by an epithelium of cells provided with doubly contoured membranes, and containing nuclei.

Pores regular, circular, about as broad as the bars, double contoured.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contoured, such as: formed, modeled, and molded.

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