, -·curved′, -·curv′ing
to curve inward
Origin of incurveClassical Latin incurvare ; from in-, in- + curvare, to curve
an act or instance of incurving
tr. & intr.v.in·curved, in·curv·ing, in·curves
To cause to bend or to bend into an inward curve.
An inward curve.
Origin of incurveMiddle English incurven, to twist, distort, from Latin incurv&amacron;re, to curve in, be crooked : in-, in; see in–2 + curvus, curve; see curve.
VerbSee also: incurvé
(third-person singular simple present incurves, present participle incurving, simple past and past participle incurved)