Definition of 'curvy'
Example sentences containing 'curvy'
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She is 27 and a petite blonde with a curvy figure - the complete opposite of my wife. The Sun (2016)It felt fantastic to see her natural curvy body. The Sun (2007)The curvy woman is the sporty red car of the female world. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She is very imaginative and has a fantastic curvy figure. The Sun (2015)She has dyed her hair and gone from a skinny size six to a curvy size ten. The Sun (2014)Not only will you have a curvy figure, you will always find a comfortable seat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But with success came criticism - of her curvy size ten figure. The Sun (2009)I just happen to have a curvy body. The Sun (2012)This season the fashion world sees a return to an elegant Fifties silhouette that looks great on curvy figures. The Sun (2014)She was absolutely gorgeous when we met - petite and blonde with a curvy figure which she loved to show off. The Sun (2014)She's a curvy woman too. The Sun (2016)I have a nice, healthy curvy figure. The Sun (2013)I'd look at other women and envy their curvy figures. The Sun (2015)She says: 'I wanted to keep my femininity and curvy figure. The Sun (2015)I am a curvy size 12-14. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The former EastEnder has gone from a curvy size 14 to a trim eight since launching into a strict diet and exercise plan. The Sun (2009)WOMEN who are curvy size 14 are happiest with their life and looks, a poll shows. The Sun (2008)I am a curvy size 12. What would you recommend? Times, Sunday Times (2006)As a curvy size 16 I am much happier with my body. The Sun (2009)I'm quite a curvy size 12 and buying jeans that look good and fit me right is hard. The Sun (2014)
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