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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of curl.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having curls; curly; sinuous; wavy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the form of a curl; brought into curls.
- Having a winding grain: said of wood, as curled maple. See maple.
- In botany: much folded or crumpled, as the leaves of Cichorium Endivia.
- Affected by curl. See curl, n.
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from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of hair having curls
Sorry, no etymologies found.
All he remembered was spending the rest of the 1930S and the war in the corner of a bar down on West 59th called the Unforeseen where the name curled out of the wall above the door.
Benny, Ana had said, his name curled forward by the rising Santa Anas.
Smoke still curled from the barrel of the shotgun in his hands, and water dripped from the stock.
Skating on a two-man advantage 3 minutes later, an open Bergeron curled from the left post and snapped a low shot past Norrena to give the Bruins a two-goal lead with his 12th.
Chris Klein curled a shot inside the left post to slice the deficit in half.
In gold script her name curled across the left lens.
No smoke curled from the chimney, not a barnyard fowl clucked and strutted.
The Kindle is great for long-term curled up reading.
A phrase curled through his proto-thoughts like a length of razor sharp wire: "We shall restore you with mercy and grace …"
While Martin curled, Flyers defenseman Braydon Coburn shoved New Jersey's Dainius Zubrus into Biron by the left post.