, -·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 incurvāre, 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)