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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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There are four sister and parallel architectures, each having its special character, but derived from the same origin, the round arch.
Dorothy knew it at once because it had over its great door the carved head of a fox just like the one she had seen on the arch, and this fox was the only one who wore a golden crown.
Dorothy knew the King at once, because she had seen his head carved on the arch and over the doorway of the palace.
Should you chance to see a knight laugh, or smile, or even, look you, arch his brows, or purse his mouth, or in any way show surprise that I should uphold the Lady Mary, you will take particular note of his name, his coat-armor, and his lodging.
Then the party rose, and dragging me to the crumbling arch, made me fast to a huge, corroded, copper ring which was dangling from an eyebolt imbedded in the masonry.
It seemed impossible to believe that in this peaceful woodland setting the frightful thing was to occur which must come with the passing of the next lion who chanced within sight or smell of the crumbling arch.
And so I turned and passed beneath the great arch into the city of London.
The first branchial arch gives rise to mandibular and maxillary processes.
But on Memorial Day weekend this year, rangers were shocked to discover that the top of the arch had crashed to the ground.
Arch provides narrowband wireless messaging services, principally paging, to over 520,000 subscribers, primarily in middle and small market areas with populations of 250,000 to 1,000,000 in the Northeast, Southeast and Midwest.
Arch, along with its affiliated companies, offers primary and reinsurance coverage for both property/casualty lines on a worldwide basis.
The two structures of primary importance in the transition from agnathan (jawless) fish to gnathostomes were the mandibular arch (gill arch 2) and the hyoid arch (gill arch 3).
Arch expects to fund the cash portion of the purchase prices for these acquisitions from its proceeds from the proposed public offering and its $175 million revolving credit facility.
The upgrades reflect the upgrade in the rating of Arch Reinsurance Ltd (Bermuda) (see today's press release) which provides explicit support to Arch Europe in the form of an 85% quota share.
A 9-month-old girl was brought to us for evaluation of a right-sided aortic arch and associated tracheal narrowing that was detected on chest x-ray.