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curbed

[ kurbd ]
/ kɜrbd /
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adjective
stopped, restrained, or slowed:Possible side effects include a curbed appetite and noticeable weight loss.She decided to pursue a long-curbed passion for acting, and has since appeared in a film or two.
having a raised edge or rim, as at the edge of a roadway:There is no overnight parking on any curbed street all year long.These shower stalls facilitate easy entrance for those unable to enter a bathtub shower or curbed shower stall with ease.
up against or on a sidewalk or at the edge of a roadway:It happens daily: a discharged passenger steps out to cross the street directly in front of a curbed bus and into the path of moving traffic.I had to zigzag my way past the curbed furniture of a newly evicted family.
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Origin of curbed

OTHER WORDS FROM curbed

un·curbed, adjective
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