An arched passageway. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
An arched ceiling. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Noun : the arch of the foot. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used with object) : the rude bridge that arched the flood. ,The horse arched its neck. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used without object) : elms arching over the road. From Dictionary.com.
Raka arched his left eyebrow and glared at Kebron, who stared back and loomed above the slender Trill man. From Wordnik.com. [No Limits] Reference
Edwin arched an arrow that fell short. From Wordnik.com. [The Scarlet Plague] Reference
Jill stared at the money and arched her eyebrows. From Wordnik.com. [MYTHO-THERAPY ON THE BLINK] Reference
My neck is arched back so that the sky is all I see. From Wordnik.com. [I'm Writing] Reference
Dramatic lighting now highlights the arched architecture. From Wordnik.com. [Terry Kelhawk: Turkish Delights in Istanbul: 2010 European Capital of Culture] Reference
"What are you smiling at?" you asked, your eyebrows arched. From Wordnik.com. [But then you walked out on me] Reference
She was slender with a slightly arched back and small breasts. From Wordnik.com. [POSEY'S POND] Reference
You could seeKent's back getting more arched minute by minute. From Wordnik.com. [The Great San Francisco Poetry Wars, 13] Reference
She arched an eyebrow, and it mocked her with her own gesture. From Wordnik.com. [A Theology of Anorexia] Reference
The cat was laser-beaming her eyes on us, ears back, eyes arched. From Wordnik.com. [Recipe] Reference
His back was arched, and both hands were pulling on the steering wheel. From Wordnik.com. [CHP police report casts more light on the San Diego Toyota Prius unintended acceleration event] Reference
Nan arched her eye brows into a tiny frown on her smooth, tan forehead. From Wordnik.com. [NEEDS FROM THE FOREST] Reference
The line of hay rolls had arched inward, putting the tree line behind him. From Wordnik.com. [The Long Grass] Reference
The river is crossed by an arched bridge said to date back to Roman times. From Wordnik.com. [Portugal's Alluring Hideaways] Reference
The keel arched above the scene with a grace that suggested a forgotten art. From Wordnik.com. [Tuning Pegs] Reference
"What is this?" she wanted to know, eyes flashing beneath her arched eyebrow. From Wordnik.com. [My Hairy Thumbnail] Reference
Joey arched forward to look out at far-away twin silver silos of a dairy farm. From Wordnik.com. [s Vacation] Reference
She arched on her toes and touched the back of my neck with her soft, full lips. From Wordnik.com. [The Mouths of Babes] Reference
Young fans are copying her long hair, signature boots -- and her thin, arched brows. From Wordnik.com. [The Eyebrows Have It] Reference
During an 11 a.m. bath, Jason moaned, arched his back, putting his arms straight out. From Wordnik.com. [Sentenced to Live] Reference
Daley faced some arched eyebrows from skeptics when he proposed the military academy. From Wordnik.com. [High School At Attention] Reference
“Okay,” I reply, one eyebrow arched high in facial criticism of his improvidence. From Wordnik.com. [A Day in the Life of an Extremely Minor Playwright] Reference
Now, two faint, dissatisfied lines cleft the space between Ida's plucked, arched brows. From Wordnik.com. [’] Reference
There's ornate oak woodwork and moldings throughout the house and a grand arched entryway. From Wordnik.com. [Grape Escapes: Homes in Wine Country] Reference
The nose, narrow and straight, has high-cut nostrils, and the mouth is arched at the corners. From Wordnik.com. [Women in the Life of Balzac] Reference
He took four long hops, steadied himself, arched upward, and flung the javelin through the air. From Wordnik.com. [The Spear Master] Reference
Betta twirled in rain or mist, arms arched, borne by pleasure, as if she might dissolve. From Wordnik.com. [Creatures: A Memoir] Reference
When the baby's head crowned, Nell let out a scream, arched her back, and started to hyperventilate. From Wordnik.com. [Nell Shea] Reference
“No,” he said apologetically as the heavy rain lashed the arched windows. From Wordnik.com. [Whites in Hot Water] Reference
There she is, a sultry woman with dark, heavy lashes, arched eyebrows and lips like Angelina Jolie's. From Wordnik.com. [Danger! Mosquitoes! Sex!] Reference
Her skin had the same tone as well, and the eyebrows arched naturally over the bones above her eyes. From Wordnik.com. [Wild Dreams Of Reality, 3] Reference
At first, his eyebrows were arched and his mouth set, nervous, like someone about to dive off a bridge. From Wordnik.com. [Race Wars] Reference
The girl's body stiffened, her head thrown back and back arched, as a groan escaped her clenched teeth. From Wordnik.com. [The Promise] Reference
Critics have assailed its arched roofline as derivative of Audi or, worse yet, the pedestrian Saturn Ion. From Wordnik.com. [Road Test: Nissan Maxima 2004] Reference
The women match the men in musculature and all exhibit beautiful arched feet and seemingly endless lines. From Wordnik.com. [Jessica Cui: Complexions Contemporary Ballet World Premiere at SummerStage] Reference
Mrs. Trumbull giggles like a girl and Lucy's mouth stretches into a long oval, her arched brows knit together. From Wordnik.com. [Desilu, Three Cameras] Reference
Two curly headed girls sharp with blue mascara and arched cat-back brows stop to gaggle over the mystic signs. From Wordnik.com. [Something Better Than This] Reference
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