contour contour  /ˈkɑn ˌtʊr/


  1. (n) a line drawn on a map connecting points of equal height
  2. (n) any spatial attributes (especially as defined by outline)
  3. (n) a feature (or the order or arrangement of features) of anything having a complex structure
  4. (v) form the contours of


  1. The focus of its research, according to Matt Zimmer, promotions director, was the lightweight, water-repellent fabric and muscle contour compression.
  2. He climbed into the white transport van, lay down on another contour couch while the van drove slowly to Pad 5.



  1. "Yeah, I had my legs liposuctioned on the inside and the outside," Montag said. "But it wasn't really to take out the fat. It was more just to contour the legs. And then I had my back-- scooped out a little bit to help give a curvier look and...
    on Jan 22, 2010 By: Heidi Montag Source: ABC News

  2. Ieuan Wyn Jones, Minister for the Economy and Transport, said: "Contour has gone from strength to strength since opening its base in Cwmbran in 1999 where it has continued to develop a range of highly innovative aircraft seating for the world's...
    on May 22, 2008 By: Ieuan Wyn Jones Source: ic Wales

  3. MAIDEN drummer Nicko McBrain commented: "I have been using the HK ConTour Series for the last two world tours and have been overjoyed with the sound, quality and power of these fine speaker systems. Being located behind the backline on stage with my...
    on Apr 16, 2007 By: Nicko McBrain Source:

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