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Given where he falls on aging curves, his prospect pedigree and the success of sons of former major leaguers,16 there are many indicators that suggest Tatís will have staying power as one of the game’s top players.

There are 11 rows of seats curving around the balcony where you like to sit.

Ever since Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity recast gravity as curves in space-time, physicists have wondered if his work was the final word.

From 2007 to 2019, left-handers registered a substantially lower velocity for every type of pitch tracked, including not only higher-velocity pitches like fastballs and sinkers, but also sliders, changeups and curves.

The best light for the pigments to absorb, then, was in the steepest parts of the intensity curve for the solar spectrum — the red and blue parts of the spectrum.

She and her sister went into business together in 1997, opening Curve Salon after a career in media.

Instead, break out a form-fitting garment — think skinny jeans or a curve-hugging dress.

In an airline seat, the hips and pelvis rotate forward and the S curve flattens.

After acknowledging that there has been a “bend in the curve” and a reason to hope, he warned against inaction.

“He also said, ‘We might be too ahead of the curve,’” Kudrow remembers.

He drew her back to him, and she yielded and settled closely in the curve of his arm, and he told her the story.

There is a sharp curve in the permanent way outside the station, so that a train is on you all of a sudden.

The tunnel itself includes a reverse curve, and, at the present time, railroad tracks and Stock Creek waters run through it.

He kept on grimly, however, never deviating from his perspective, which was the swampy ground on the outer curve of the bend.

The children watched him disappear around the curve and then turned to Jess expectantly.


On this page you'll find 134 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to curve, such as: arc, arch, contour, loop, trajectory, and ambit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.