Related formscur·va·ceous·ly, cur·va·cious·ly, adverbcur·va·ceous·ness, cur·va·cious·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for curvaceous
Even the man who sculpted the original Barbie, Bill Barton, told newspapers that he had second thoughts about her curvaceous form.
The besotted Broadwell may have viewed the curvaceous Kelley as a threat.
Before we necessarily had breasts, we were instructed to palpate the diseased, curvaceous effigy to feel for lumps.
The new 60-year-olds are a bunch of high-jumping, glamorous-looking, Grammy-winning, curvaceous and sexy ….
My favorite example in his Lincoln Memorial speech, is his reference to the “curvaceous slopes of California.”
Poynter put his arm around her curvaceous waist and squeezed.Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith