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in·curve

 (ĭn-kûrv′, ĭn′kûrv′)
tr. & intr.v. in·curved, in·curv·ing, in·curves
To cause to bend or to bend into an inward curve.
n. (ĭn′kûrv′)
An inward curve.

[Middle English incurven, to twist, distort, from Latin incurvāre, to curve in, be crooked : in-, in; see in-2 + curvus, curve; see curve.]

incurve

(ɪnˈkɜːv)
vb
formal to (cause to) curve inwards
n
1. (Baseball) baseball a ball pitched in such a way that it curves slightly across the front of the pitcher
2. (Baseball) baseball the course or curving of such a ball

in•cur•vate

(ˈɪn kɜrˌveɪt, ɪnˈkɜr veɪt)

v.t. -vat•ed, -vat•ing.
to cause to curve inward; bend.
[1570–80; < Latin incurvātus, past participle of incurvāre to bend in, curve]
in•cur′va•ture (-və tʃər, -ˌtʃʊər) in`cur•va′tion, n.

incurve


Past participle: incurved
Gerund: incurving

Imperative
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
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Past Continuous
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Future
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
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Past Conditional
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Note that we have below no hint of the incurving ends suggested by Shima's [?
7-13 cm long, 13-16 mm wide, white or pale green, abaxial sparsely glandular, naked, broadly rounded and then obtuse, strongly involute at 2/3 from base, imbricate and incurving toward the apex showing the anthers and stigma below it, recurved at apex; stamens to 13 cm long, equal in length; filaments slender, subterate, hyalin-whithish; anthers ca.
It has a globular base, a soft carination and slightly incurving sides.
The Warkworth chrysanthemum will be an incurving medium-flowering golden yellow variety.
25m (4ft) high x 30cm (12in) wide - a very well-known and particularly striking-looking flower, with large, bright orange, spotted flowers with incurving petals that make a ball shape and long, curving stamens like tiger's whiskers.
It was long before I walked, and I still bring my right leg incurving to avoid the straight-through swing of hers.
10 American Spray and 10 Decorative, plus get 10 incurving chrysanthemums free for pounds 16.
For the forms that could be reconstructed, we note mugs, including one with a slightly convex rim profile, and large globular vases with incurving rims (Figure 6.
is comprised of shallow bowls with incurving rims, plates and outturned rims, and carelessly painted bowls with paired thick lines in pale red color.
The site was, however, given significance by an elaborate entrance consisting of an incurving, stone-reverted palisade, restructured on successive occasions, approached by a timber walkway, resembling the entrance facade of a chambered tomb (Armit 1996: 47, figure 4.
Though raised prows and sterns are well-known from later Mesopotamian boat models (De Graeve 1981: passim), none have undercut and incurving tabs such as these.