curving[ kurv ]SEE DEFINITION OF curving
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURVING
For three miles they tore along the curving road at high speed.
The black pursuing craft was hidden by its vast, curving bulk.
Thayer realized that the horns of his dilemma were long and curving.
Over Rome itself there was a strange massing and curving of the clouds.
The old man raised his head as a car pulled into the curving driveway.
I could dart off along that curving expanse of his leg and leap to the ground.
Tad made a long, curving dive not unlike that of a porpoise.
I should have said 'Curving with a whisk' instead of merely 'Curving.'
The flotilla drew around the curving water-front and toward the Gate.
They were curving around just sufficiently to avoid the hunters, and yet get to the windward of them.
1690s, "curved line," from curve (v.). With reference to the female figure (usually plural, curves), from 1862; as a type of baseball pitch, from 1879.