# Definition of Curvation. Meaning of Curvation. Synonyms of Curvation

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## Definition of Curvation

Curvation
Curvation Cur*va"tion (k?r-v?"sh?n), n. [L. curvatio.] The act of bending or crooking.

## Meaning of Curvation from wikipedia

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