curved (part of speech: verb)
- If every term of a collection can be hooked on to a number, and all the finite numbers are used once, and only once, in the process, then our collection must have just as many terms as there are finite numbers. - "Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays", Bertrand Russell.
- Little or nothing has been seen of them, unless some small creatures of a quarter of a pound, extraordinarily silvery, and more often in the air than in the water when hooked, are these children of the remote West. - "Angling Sketches", Andrew Lang.
- She hooked her left arm on his, put her hand on the sill and leaped. - "The Spartan Twins", Lucy (Fitch) Perkins.