Definition of Incurvity. Meaning of Incurvity. Synonyms of Incurvity

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Definition of Incurvity

Incurvity
Incurvity In*cur"vi*ty, n. [From L. incurvus bent. See Incurvate.] A state of being bent or curved; incurvation; a bending inwards. --Sir T. Browne.

Meaning of Incurvity from wikipedia

- many species the hind legs bear pollen baskets, flattened sections with incurving hairs to secure the collected pollen. The wings are synchronised in flight...
- "prehistoric" appearance of these mammals is largely due to the prominent upwards incurving canine tusks of the males, which actually pierce the flesh in the snout...
- (fringed) effect. The petals may be flat, involute, revolute, straight, incurving or twisted. (e.g. 'Marlene Joy') 'Marlene Joy' (Fimbriated) Group 12 –...
- surface area of 352 km², lies in the middle of the peninsula. A southward incurving projection of the outer s****-line of this peninsula is known as Tres...
- Joseph Joachim and the young Franz von Vecsey. Note the strongly incurving, arthritic first finger of his left hand. The chair in which he is sitting...
- Continuation of Sambor Prei **** but makaras disappear, being replaced by incurving ends and figures. Arches more rectilinear. Large figures sometimes at...
- is straight, neat, and broad between the eyes, with a fine muzzle and incurving ears. The body is fairly short in the back, with a broad and deep rib...
- with rims that sweep upwards into a curved spout, as well as bowls with incurving rims, both flat-bottomed and with ring bases, and wide saucers, sometimes...
- the largest specimens tend to be females. Males develop a distinctive incurving of sides, giving them a well-defined "waist", and a deeply in-curved plastron...
- small, less than 8 mm (5⁄16 in) long, narrowly elliptic with two long incurving stigmas at the tip, and usually dis**** before the end of April. Corky...
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