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abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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Spell check of curly

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Correct spelling:
curly
Definition:
Having curls; tending to curl; full of ripples. Curly- headed or curly- pated, having curly hair.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
curly.
curved
incurvate, enbowed, twisty, Declinate, humped, swirly, wreathed, incurved, sigmoid, biflected.
kinky
Matty, matted, frizzled, knotted.
looping, forming ringlets
Frizzed, curled, coiled, frizzy, Crimpy, crisp, wound, spiralled, Crimped, Crinkling, winding, wavy, Waved, crinkly, convoluted, corkscrew, looped, kinky, fuzzy, curling, waving, permed.
wavy
vermiculate, Undulating, waving, Undulant, squiggly, Undulatory, flexuous.
adverb
wavy
crinkly.
noun
curly
frizzly, curled, kinky, permed, curling, ringleted, nappy, frizzy, crisp, wavy.
verb
rolled
wound, looped, crinkly, Undulating, winding, rolled, convoluted.
Examples of usage:
  1. So had said every girl in the valley who felt old enough to skate; and quite a number of well- grown boys decided to learn new " curly q's" on the ice. – Winter Fun by William O. Stoddard
  2. There were canvas- covered wagons around which curly- headed youngsters were playing. – The Spirit of the Border A Romance of the Early Settlers in the Ohio Valley by Zane Grey
  3. The visitor's curly yellow hair was bare and his handsome face scarlet with embarrassment. – Out of the Primitive by Robert Ames Bennet
  4. The curly- haired Rameri, who had been rescued from imprisonment- into which he had fallen on his journey from Egypt- had been assigned a place with the younger princes at the lowest end of the table. – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  5. You made A lame and B too fat And C too curly- what of that! – The Peter Pan Alphabet by Oliver Herford

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