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Or: curvaceous / curvesome , said of a woman with an hour-glass figure .


(1) Mae West in I'm No Angel (1933): ' A figure with curves always offers a lot of interesting angles .'

(2) The Sin Killer (Walter Huston) to young Pearl Chavez (Jennifer Jones) in Duel in the Sun (1946): ' Pearl, you're curved in the flesh of temptation . Resistance is going to be a darn sight harder for you than for females protected by the shape of sows .'

(3) Archie Rice (Laurence Olivier) about himself in The Entertainer (1960): ' Your old-man may be a square but he still goes for the curves .'

(4) Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) describing Jane Spencer (Priscilla Presley) in The Naked Gun (1988): ' Her hair was the color of gold in old paintings. She had a full set of curves and the kind of legs you'd kinda love to suck on for a day. She was giving me a look I could feel in my hip pocket .'

(5) Joe (Bruce Boxleitner) in The Babe (1992): ' She's got more curves than a scenic highway .'

(6) Chrissy (Rita Wilson) and Roberta (Rosie O'Donnell) looking at a magazine cover featuring Teeny Terrell (Melanie Griffith) in Now and Then (1995):
-- Chrissy: ' Can you believe this tramp? Now what is it that she has that gets people so excited? '
-- Roberta: ' Long legs, a tiny waist and perky breasts .'

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