|curiosity killed the cat
||a very curious person may find trouble or danger
||Don't ask so many questions. Remember, curiosity killed the cat.
|curl up with a good book
||sit down in a comfortable place and read a book
||On a cold and rainy day she likes to curl up with a good book.
|curl your hair
||shock you, disgust you
||The man described the accident. It was enough to curl your hair!
||the end, the death, the last of
||If we clear-cut Canada's forests, it's curtains for the lumber industry.
||soft, luxurious, comfortable
||They had a cushy life in their beautiful home beside the ocean.
||curse, say bad words, the air was blue
||The little boy had learned to cuss. He said damn and hell a lot.
||defined, clearly visible
||Neil's muscles are well cut. They ripple when he moves.
|cut a fine figure
||look very good in your clothes, look sharp
||When Dee was in her twenties she cut a fine figure in this fur jacket.
|cut a wide swath
||do many things - party, play sports, live and love
||Tim cut a wide swath in his youth. He lived a full and active life.
||(See a cut above)