Curling meaning

kûr'lĭng
A game played on ice by two teams of four players each, in which a heavy, thick disk of stone or iron (curling stone) is slid toward a target circle at the other end of the rink: players may sweep the ice before the moving disk to remove ice particles and control the course and speed of the disk.
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A winter sport where players aim and slide stones down a sheet of ice and attempt to get their color stones closest to the house (a circular target marked on the ice).
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The action or motion of something that curls.

Curlings of smoke.

A scornful curling of the lip.

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Present participle of curl.
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A game originating in Scotland in which two four-person teams slide heavy oblate stones toward the center of a circle at either end of a length of ice.
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