curly

All Adjective Noun Adverb
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  • Curly Bill fell into the water at the edge of the spring and lay dead.
  • Curly Bill fell into the water by the edge of the spring and lay dead.
  • Curly Bill fell into the water by the edge of the spring and died.
  • She is described to have black curly hair and blue eyes.
  • She is tall with long curly brown hair and is very pretty.
  • However, curly hair became less popular, while straight hair grew more dominant.
  • He is described as good looking, medium height, with curly brown hair and brown eyes.
  • She was a tall and distinguished-looking woman with brown eyes and naturally curly hair.
  • When Curly was called by the assistant director to take the stage, he did not answer.
  • The video features her in a long dark dress, sporting long curly hair.
  • His hair is generally shown as being brown and curly.
  • In fact, Curly was so ill during production that he could no longer remember what few lines he had.
  • Curly wishes they had a car after they stop for a break.
  • In this album, Sandy led out an even longer curly set of hair.
  • Curly was given the V-gas and soon experienced its side effects.
  • Members of the Curly Community are working towards funding more research on this.
  • The hair can be curly or straight and can sometimes be two different lengths.
  • He is famous for his long golden curly hair and his classical variations in singing.
  • He has a long pointed nose and dark curly brown hair.
  • The longer, curlier style was particularly popular in the late 1960s and 1970s.
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Synonyms of curly

Meaning of curly

  • adjective (of hair) having curls or waves
    they envied her naturally curly hair