They have one trunk only, and short branches, and their leaves adorn these little branches like curlicues .
There are parchments of painstaking calligraphy, replete with fabulous swirls and curlicues , and magic carpets wider than the Bosphorus.
I guess I've always thoughtlessly assumed they were decorative, like curlicues and friezes.
Her hair, the color of a late-autumn leaf, curlicues straight down her neck.
An elaborate mantelpiece framed the hearth in a dizzying array of swirls and curlicues , and a tall grandfather clock lurked in the corner like a brooding sentry, counting out the seconds with a gloomy tock, tock, tock.
He dips and turns and makes curlicues with his arms.
From one perspective, the looping appendages and curving elements suggest the handles and decorative curlicues of a Rococo urn.
An accompanying tower of sweet potatoes separated with parsnip purée and bedecked with haricots verts is downright dapper, as is a spray of crunchy shaved parsnip curlicues .
The voice is always in evidence, of course, but it's in public that it becomes shaped, like a piece of music, and one almost consciously listens for all the gilded glissandoes, the curlicues of wit, the velvet pauses.
He eyes critically the curlicues the hairdresser has snipped into his foliage.