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Having the curves of a full or voluptuous figure.

cur·va′ceous·ly adv.
cur·va′ceous·ness n.
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Adv.1.curvaceously - in a curvaceous way; "his date was curvaceously beguiling"


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The Conquer comes in two sizes (7.2" with a 3" blade and 8.5" with a 3.5" blade), each featuring a curvaceously sculpted orange and black G-10 top scale and a satin-stone finished semi-skinner blade.
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Taking inspiration from the art deco era and Berry's own memories of a beloved object d'art, the flacon is curvaceously shaped like a four-sided teardrop, with ridges that make it tactile.
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