Even if you put it on a big building, the curvature of the earth prevents radar from going to the airplane.
He was described by Shakespeare as having a hunchback and indeed the skeleton shows evidence of curvature of the spine.
From this apparently a curvature of the spinal column results in the lumbar region.
What curvature is to lines, gradation is to shades and colors.
For the same reason these lights must be high up, or the curvature of the ocean's surface will limit their range.
The place had a curvature like that of the seats in a theatre.
Still more interesting is the transmitted effect of light giving rise to a curvature.
curvature of the spine is more common than is usually thought.
The curvature of the earth is more than 10 miles in a distance of 300 miles.
On the other hand, the curvature of the seas is a no less certain proof.
curvature cur·va·ture (kûr'və-chur', -chər)
A curving or bending, especially an abnormal one.