Is said of a ship when at such a distance that, from the convexity of the globe, only her masts and sails are to be seen.
Flatfoot is that condition in which the sole has little or no convexity.
This convexity is rendered possible by the support afforded by the basal edges of the six midribs.
The convexity of the fruit next the base and the apex is the same.
The astragalus had been reduced to a mere shell of compact tissue, and the convexity of the articular surface was altogether lost.
Gold tooling on the back is more difficult on account of its convexity.
The corn slid down the convexity of the lower stone, and by the motion of the upper one was ground in the passage.
The tuberosities of the humerus form the convexity of the shoulder.
Another view shows the convexity of the posterior margin of the flukes at the median point, as well as the prominent dorsal fin.
The spherical surface, however, had long since begun to reveal its convexity.