Noun,
1. A medium or place where merchandise is sold in a friendly, familiar environment.

2. Selling merchandise directly in front of your home; a yard sale, i.e. a store on the curb.

3. The storefront window where the best items are displayed; a marketing strategy.
"Wal-Mart is ugly and bland. Let's shop at the Mom and Pop's store down the street. That place has curbature."

"Check it out, they set up a curbature for pick-up trucks."

The store displayed its on-sale products right at the curbature, where everyone walking by will see it!
by furnative May 29, 2012
n. The distance between a parked vehicle and the curb, sidewalk or pavement.
Could you get out of the car and check the curbature, please?
by kevnull March 24, 2008

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