Curve [noun]

Definition of Curve:

arched, rounded line or object

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Sentence/Example of Curve:

Given where he falls on aging curves, his prospect pedigree and the success of sons of former major leaguers,16 there are many indicators that suggest Tatís will have staying power as one of the game’s top players.

There are 11 rows of seats curving around the balcony where you like to sit.

Ever since Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity recast gravity as curves in space-time, physicists have wondered if his work was the final word.

From 2007 to 2019, left-handers registered a substantially lower velocity for every type of pitch tracked, including not only higher-velocity pitches like fastballs and sinkers, but also sliders, changeups and curves.

The best light for the pigments to absorb, then, was in the steepest parts of the intensity curve for the solar spectrum — the red and blue parts of the spectrum.

Three months ago, San Diego began flattening it’s curve, a trend that lasted a hot second.

As we enter the second half of the calendar year and analyze the data now available to us, we can undoubtedly confirm that we have met the initial goal of flattening the curve.

Wherever the two copies of the Möbius strip overlapped, you would find two pairs of points back on the original closed curve that formed the four vertices of a rectangle.

If you believe the happiness curve, and that our happiness basically drops from teenagerhood, until whatever you want to call age 50 — middle age, late-middle age, middle-middle age.

Thre’s a learning curve to every new tactic but you’ll learn the most through personal, hands-on experience.