Origin of curler
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Examples from the Web for curler
At 45, curler Ann Swisshelm is the oldest member of Team USA.
Norwegian curler Thomas Ulsrud (one of the guys with those funky pants) is 42.
Canadian curler Cheryl Bernard wrote a book about curling and is a motivational speaker.
She saw me staring as she threw off her cape and put her curler on the log.
"Yes, things were different," I assented, limping over to heat the curler.
The player who makes a mistake after this has been done is fit neither for a Curler nor a Soldier.The Canadian Curler's Manual
Harmony came in, to find the Big Soprano heating a curler in the flame of a candle.The Street of Seven Stars
Mary Roberts Rinehart
Curling has been called the roaring game, but no curler ever made a greater racket than two excited chi-mooe players.China
Sir Henry Arthur Blake
- any of various pins, clasps, or rollers used to curl or wave hair
- a person or thing that curls
- a person who plays curling
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Word Origin and History for curler
1748, agent noun from curl (v.). Related: Curlers.
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