As an adverb inwards
is towards the inside.
As an adjective involute is
(formal) difficult to understand; complicated.
As a verb involute is
to roll or curl inwards.
As a noun involute is
(geometry) a curve that cuts all tangents of another curve at right angles; traced by a point on a string that unwinds from a curved object.
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(formal) Difficult to understand; complicated.
(botany) Having the edges rolled with the adaxial side outward.
(biology, of shells) Having a complex pattern of coils.
(biology) Turned inward at the margin, like the exterior lip of the Cyprea.
(biology) Rolled inward spirally.
- Furthermore, the free anterior margin of the lobule is arched toward the lobe and is often involute
To roll or curl inwards.
(geometry) A curve that cuts all tangents of another curve at right angles; traced by a point on a string that unwinds from a curved object.