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- adj. Having curves
- adj. buxom or curvaceous
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- adj. having curves
- adj. (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves
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I don't understand why the word curvy has caused so much controversy, and i dnt understand why there is so much prejudice against big people. i know many women who could be described as curvy and they look damn good!
Its hard for healthy normal woman to call themselves curvy because when a person thinks of the word curvy they see an obese women.
Famously curvy translates to zaftig in pop-culture speak.
The model, who describing as curvy would do justice to neither her nor the word "curvy", has said that if her native land, Paraguay, wins the World Cup ...
I like them a bit more 'curvy' - so Indy is a better pass for me -
i don't think that the word curvy is being used as a euphenism for fat, so you can eradicate that thought from your narrow minds right now, and even if it was, so what?
The doll’s packaging skirted the word altogether, relying instead on the euphemistic and discreet term curvy.
When a woman is described as curvy, Ms R automatically thinks of someone with a bust and hips, as opposed to say the boyish athletic type or the skinny, bony type.
That's interesting, but the idea of curvy machines, especially space ships is ok by me.
Franca Sozzani, the outspoken editor in chief of Italian Vogue for 23 years, has been in the news a lot lately after publishing issues with provocative themes, like one with only black models in 2008, or the so-called curvy issue this summer.