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From curve +‎ -y.

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curvy (comparative curvier, superlative curviest)

  1. Having curves.
    • 2015, dehyun sohn, Hee-Jung Jang, Timothy Jung, Go Slow and Curvy: Understanding the Philosophy of the Cittaslow slowcity Phenomenon, Springer (→ISBN), page 5:
      A city is entangled in straight lines, while nature is curvy. Fast is straight, but slow is curvy and patient.
  2. Buxom or curvaceous.
    • 2013, Ava Catori, The Big, Not-So-Small, Curvy Girls Dating Agency, Ava Catori Books
      He tried to shift his focus back to Jessica and their wedding, but the soft, curvy blonde he'd met recently was stealing more and more of his attention.
    I love this woman and her curvy body.

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curvy (invariable)

  1. curvy