In the midst of all the holiday craziness, are you looking for a good book to curl up with?
Then curl up with a BlackBerry and dive into Twitter Lit—micro novels, online book clubs, and (gasp) real books.
Poetry is no longer something we curl up to with a cup of tea.
Because there are definitely times that I want to curl up with Upstairs, Downstairs and disappear.
And he released his hold upon the chart, allowing the corner he had been holding to spring back and curl up.
"I'll just curl up in this old coat and rest a bit," she thought.
They then expand quickly, curl up in shreds, and deliquesce into a black inky fluid which stains the ground.
They curl up their legs, draw down their antennæ, and drop to the ground.
It will first of all curl up, but afterward lay flat and limp.
You have only to stand up to them, and they curl up like mongrel curs.
mid-15c., metathesis of crulle (c.1300), probably from an unrecorded Old English word or from Middle Dutch krul "curly," from Proto-Germanic *krusl- (cf. East Frisian krull "lock of hair," Middle High German krol, Norwegian krull, Danish krølle "curl"). The noun is recorded from c.1600.