Biol. bent sharply downward or inward; turned toward the axis
Origin of inflexed; from Classical Latin inflexus (see inflect) + -ed
Bent or turned abruptly inward: inflexed sepals.
Origin of inflexedFrom Latin &imacron;nflexus, past participle of &imacron;nflectere, to bend; see inflect.
(comparative more inflexed, superlative most inflexed)
- (botany) inflected