Definitions

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  • adj. Not curved.

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  • adj. having no curves

Etymologies

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un- +‎ curved

Examples

  • The lawyers for the university deserve a C– curved or uncurved for their motion to dismiss.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Although I Realize Students Often Don’t Like Grading on a Curve,

  • Am I the blue curve of day around thine uncurved night?

    The Plumed Serpent

  • Aside from the perils of innovation, and the “uncurved” economics of niches, there is a third cautionary lesson to be learned about learning curves: Sometimes, stepping on the gas, to speed up progress down the learning curve, actually slows you down.

    Executive Economics

  • "I would not," Trent said with a remarkably uncurved complexion.

    Harpy Thyme

  • After all, if the local space-time is uncurved, it means there is no local general relativity. (2) it assumed that it was impossible to utilize the far stronger EM forces (which are some 10exp36 to 10exp42 times as strong as the G-force) to make gravitational potential.

    Chapter 4

  • He failed - never realizing that it was his own assumption of a locally-uncurved space-time that doomed all his efforts to failure.

    Chapter 4

  • In a linear situation (uncurved space-time), where nothing is done to interfere with the production and emission of the phase conjugate replica from the ball two "phase conjugate mirror" and its absorption in ball one, then an equal and opposite reaction force is produced in, and on ball one.

    Chapter 6

  • Totally devoid of mass, space would be entirely uncurved, would be a straight line and would have no real existence.

    The Cosmic Engineer

  • The unwavering mouth-line; level, dark brows almost meeting over unflinching gray eyes; the uncurved nose and commanding forehead were in concert with the clean, almost lean sweep of the jaw, in spelling force for field or council.

    The Lighted Match

  • Both New English dames have also broad collars, stiff and ugly, with uncurved horizontal lower edge, apparently trimmed with embroidery or cut-work.

    Customs and Fashions in Old New England

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