Definition of curvaceousness in US English:

curvaceousness

noun

  • See curvaceous

    • ‘In classical Greece and Rome, female curvaceousness was unattractive.’
    • ‘Campion emphasises Winslet's curvaceousness as she appears goddess-like and shimmering to Waters in the desert.’
    • ‘Her curvaceousness; the symmetry of her face; the sensuousness of her eyes; each assumed a threatening quality.’
    • ‘In fact, except for a patina of age that has added a touch of romanticism to its sleek, Brassai-set curvaceousness, Odeon looks exactly the way it did when it introduced its country salad, cassoulet, steak frites, and lemon tart.’