verb (used with or without object), con·volved, con·volv·ing.
to roll or wind together; coil; twist.
Origin of convolve
1590–1600; < Latin convolvere, equivalent to con- con- + volvere to roll, turn, twist
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Related Words for convolveconvolute, twine, rotate, fold, writhe, spire, spiral, twist, turn, intertwine, loop, lap, scroll, wind, snake, wreathe, convolve, corkscrew, sinuate, intervolve
to wind or roll together; coil; twist
Word Origin for convolve
C16: from Latin convolvere; see convolute
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