A convex lens is fixated on a slanted ceiling emanating a faint amount of soft white light.
Pileus fleshy, convex, glabrous, grayish-red or chestnut-color.
Rosario could see his green eyes, like two lanterns of convex glass.
The beak is large, short, covered, and convex; the upper exceeding the lower chap.
The pileus is convex to expanded, and depressed in the center.
A B, is a plano-convex lens, being flat on one side, and convex on the other.
Starting from the church, there is a curved neck, convex to the east, and retreating in a semicircle from the stream on the west.
In the tent lay smoothly one layer of fans, convex side up, butts toward the foot.
The pileus is fleshy, convex, then expanded, and at length depressed.
By the depression of the convex portion of the diaphragm; 2d.
1570s, from Middle French convexe, from Latin convexus "vaulted, arched," past participle of convehere "to bring together," from com- "together," or "thoroughly" (see com-) + vehere "to bring" (see vehicle). Possibly from the idea of vaults carried together to meet at the point of a roof. Related: Convexity. Convex lens is from 1822.
convex con·vex (kŏn'věks', kən-věks')
Having a surface or boundary that curves or bulges outward, as the exterior of a sphere.