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inflexed

Line breaks: in|flexed
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈflɛkst
 
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Definition of inflexed in English:

adjective

technical
Bent or curved inwards.
Example sentences
  • The mournful opening adagio is extremely haunting, images of concentration camps, trains and ghettoes speedily passed through my head as I sat transfixed listening to the Griller's superbly inflexed interpretation.
  • In flowers with attractive sepals, since these perianth parts are inflexed, bees may spend several seconds on the flower sepals before falling into the flower cavity.
  • The romantic opening theme that sets the scene for this core is typical Warbeck, an emotionally inflexed tune of great beauty and sentimental charm.

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