Biol. with the ends inclined toward each other, as wings or anthers
Origin of conniventClassical Latin conivens, present participle of conivere: see connive
Converging and touching but not fused, as the stamens in certain flowers.
Origin of conniventLatin connīvēns connīvent- present participle of connīvēre to be tightly closed
(comparative more connivent, superlative most connivent)
Latin connivens, present participle.