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The head is small relative to the body length and, when viewed laterally, is slightly concaved or scooped on the upper margin.
The flukes are broad, concaved on the rear margin, and deeply notched.
In the eyes now glaring at them malevolently through heavily concaved spectacles they read hate unutterable.
As a rule, in wild turkeys we find the craniofrontal region more concaved and wider across than it is in the tame varieties.The Wild Turkey and Its Hunting|Edward A. McIlhenny
The first shaded figure, therefore, represents a concaved surface, and the second figure a convex surface.Carpentry for Boys|J. S. Zerbe