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  • adverb In a curving manner.


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curving +‎ -ly


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  • I tried to push her gently to one side without waking her, and she stretched curvingly and began flipping her tail on my face.

    To Say Nothing of the Dog

  • He wagged his tail now as she spoke, and rubbed himself curvingly against her.

    The Rose-Garden Husband

  • He was gray-haired, pink-cheeked, curvingly side-whiskered and immaculately gray-clad; and he did not look in the least like a messenger of Fate.

    The Rose-Garden Husband

  • Pivoting his brigade on the right of the English regiment, he stretched it out in a long line, inclined curvingly forward, with the intent of suddenly unmasking and swinging it round upon the enemy's flank, should he in a body attempt to force the passage of the isthmus.


  • a pressure plant and a pair of mummy-like plastifoam plates slid curvingly out the wall and locked her in a soft cocoon.

    Code Three


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