inflexed[in flekst′, in′flekst′]
inflexed definition by Webster's New World
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Biol. bent sharply downward or inward; turned toward the axis
Origin: ; from Classical Latin inflexus (see inflect) plush -ed
inflexed definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Bent or curved inward or downward, as petals or sepals.
Origin: From Latin īnflexus, past participle of īnflectere, to bend; see inflect.