|(Architecture) object which is flat and has curved edges; entranceway which has scalloped edges, many-lobed architectural shape||multifoil|
|(Computers) process through which curved lines appear to have a jagged edge due to low-end graphics capabilities; creation of a false frequency when sampling audio data (caused by a low sampling rate)||aliasing|
|act of curving, state of being curved; measure of the degree of a curve in a line, degree of curve, reciprocal of radius||curvature|
|act of gathering scallops; act of decorating with a curved or fluted edge; curved or fluted pattern||scalloping|
|act threateningly, be shown reared up in profile, build something with a slope, curved bend in a handrail, embankment, levee; sloping surface which connects two levels; frenzy, rampage, increment something gradually, movable stairs, move violently or t...||ramp|
|addicted, curved, bent, shaped like a hook; addicted, obsessed, having hook at end, made using yarn hook, obsessed with somebody or something, shaped like hook||hooked|
|African antelope, koodoo, large African animal from the antelope family (the male has large curved horns)||kudu|
|African bird with curved bill||wood hoopoe|
|aggressive competitor, attack on the wing, attempt at clearing throat, bird of prey, bird of prey with a hooked beak and curved talons; person who favors aggressive or warlike political policy (Slang); aggressive person (Slang), clear the throat, cough...||hawk|
|agricultural tool comprised of a long curved blade attached to a long handle (used for cutting and harvesting), cut or harvest with a scythe, cut with scythe, tool for mowing or reaping||scythe|
|agricultural tool consisting of a curved blade attached to a short handle (used to cut grass, wheat, etc.), blades of farm implement, cut something with sickle, deform red blood cell, hook, tool for cutting grass||sickle|
|antelope with curved horns, pith helmet, sassaby||topi|
|any of a number of aerobic spiral-shaped bacteria, spiral or curved bacterium||spirillum|
|any of several species of bird with curved mandibles which cross when closed and enable the bird to extract seeds from cones, finch with crossed beak||crossbill|
|any of the curved bones which form the rib cage; support which resembles a rib bone; central vein of a leaf; lengthwise ridge (in fabric, etc.), curved bone of chest, install ribs, strengthen with ribs; tease, mock, make fun of, knit plain and purl sti...||rib|
|applause, around, circum-, arrows shot, bells rung, brisk, charge of ammunition, circular dance, circular or spherical, ring-shaped, rounded, complete, considerable, curved, cut of beef, cycle, revolution, rotation; any circular object; series of actio...||round|
|Arab or Turkish saber, curved single-edged sword which originated in the East, simitar||scimitar|
|arch shape, archway, build something in arch shape, cross, curved body part, curved rock formation, curved structure, form something into curved shape, knowingly playful or mischievous, make arched, make vaulted, build an arch; be arched, be vaulted, m...||arch|
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