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Synonyms for arch

Synonyms for arch

to swerve from a straight line

to incline the body

Synonyms for arch

a curved shape in the vertical plane that spans an opening

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a curved bony structure supporting or enclosing organs (especially the inner sides of the feet)

a passageway under a curved masonry construction

form an arch or curve

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(used of behavior or attitude) characteristic of those who treat others with condescension

expert in skulduggery

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naughtily or annoyingly playful

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And who put the cold, white panes in the place of those windows," high in color, "which caused the astonished eyes of our fathers to hesitate between the rose of the grand portal and the arches of the apse?
With his quick professional eye he took note of the two faces watching him from the arched window, and, opening his instrument, began to scatter its melodies abroad.
He turned a wrinkled and abominable little visage to every passer-by, and to the circle of children that soon gathered round, and to Hepzibah's shop-door, and upward to the arched window, whence Phoebe and Clifford were looking down.
Forth, likewise, from the portal of the old house stepped Phoebe, putting up her small green sunshade, and throwing upward a glance and smile of parting kindness to the faces at the arched window.
Though prevented, by a subtile sense of propriety, from desiring to associate with them, he loved few things better than to look out of the arched window and see a little girl driving her hoop along the sidewalk, or schoolboys at a game of ball.
Behold him, therefore, at the arched window, with an earthen pipe in his mouth!
He looked up,--at first with a stern, keen glance, which penetrated at once into the obscurity behind the arched window,--then with a smile which might be conceived as diffusing a dog-day sultriness for the space of several yards about him.
The high, deep, blue sky arched over Misselthwaite as well as over the moor, and she kept lifting her face and looking up into it, trying to imagine what it would be like to lie down on one of the little snow-white clouds and float about.
The length of the room ran an arched ceiling ablaze with countless radium bulbs.
Each of the Arch policies provides insurance excess of $100 million in underlying coverage provided by several different insurance carriers, according to the lawsuit.
The latest release from HTF MI highlights the key market trends impacting the growth of the Global Arch Supports market.
Integrating Ventus into the Arch platform will enable third-party capital to provide capacity alongside Arch's product offerings.
Square, ovoid and tapered are the three main categories of dental arch form.4 In order to achieve an aesthetically pleasant and functionally stable orthod ontic treatment results, it is fundamental to correctly identify and maintain the patient pre-treatment arch form.2,4 According to long-term studies on retention, alteration to the arch form results in more post-treatment changes as compared to when the arch form is maintained.6,9 Evidence suggests that one of the most definitive ways of increasing post-treatment stability is by the maintenance of the pre-treatment arch form where the teeth are meant to be in their stable position.10-12
The joint venture has a value of $820 million and will be 66.5% owned by Peabody and 33.5% owned by Arch Coal.
"We are exceedingly pleased to announce the sale of ARCH to TJC," commented Crotzer.