noun, verb (used with object) British.
Examples from the Web for kerb
Historical Examples of kerb
There was a mess of thick, congealing blood splashed on the road and the kerb.Changing Winds
St. John G. Ervine
I felt inclined to sit down on the kerb and hold my head in my hands.Chance
A stone “kerb,” or banquette, ran around one portion of the wall.The Quadroon
A man in my persition has got no right to dress as if he kept a stall on the kerb.Ship's Company, The Entire Collection
At the end of the street a taxi was drawn up at the kerb awaiting him.Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo
William Le Queux
US and Canadian curb
Word Origin for kerb
1660s, a variant of curb (q.v.). The preferred British English spelling in certain specialized senses, especially "edging of stone on a pavement" (1805).