inturned

inturned

(ˈɪnˌtɜːnd)
adj
turned inward
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replied Nikita, and running quickly with his inturned toes in his felt boots with their soles patched with felt, he hurried across the yard and into the workmen's hut.
By one estimate, for people to have enough damage to cause inturned eyelashes and blindness, they probably had at least 150 episodes of infection, most of them occurring during the first 10 years of life.
The M40 series mask facepiece is manufactured in three sizes to fit the 5th to 95th percentile of Soldiers, and it features an inturned peripheral seal to provide a more secure fit.
Physical examination reveals eyelid erythema, crust encircling the eyelashes, missing eyelashes, inturned eyelashes, blocked sebaceous glands, and conjunctival injection.
71) The two typical forms, common in both assemblages, are a shallow bowl with inturned, grooved rim and a carinated casserole with an upward roll on the outer edge of the rim.
ACENTRIC ACHROMIC BELONGED BENZYLIC BIOPSIED CENTROID CHORUSED COSTUMED DEFORMED DELOUSED DIOPTRIC EMPURPLE FORTUNED FORTY-ONE GLORY-PEA HIRSUTED INSTROKE INTURNED LOST LIFE (BI) MORWYNGE
Here she is indebted to Irigaray's Speculum: Of the Other Woman, which challenges the masculine, disembodied gaze of traditional Western knowledge by articulating an alternative mode of "dilated and inturned vision .