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.(noun)
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Use "curling" in a sentence
"Can we really say that a gold medal in curling is of equal athletic value to a gold medal in the downhill?"
"He put the "curl" in curling with slow-motion shots that wound around opponents 'stones to slide into scoring position."
"I thought I got voted down on #3 because I thought curling is boring, even more than calling out Republican hypocrisy."