verb (used with object), in·cur·vat·ed, in·cur·vat·ing.
Related formsin·cur·va·ture [in-kur-vuh-cher] /ɪnˈkɜr və tʃər/, in·cur·va·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for incurvate
The base is not as incurvate and the flaking is usually better controlled.
The base is incurvate and usually thinned with some fine retouch.
The stem and base are always straight whereas the Kirk Serrated base may be incurvate.
The stem is usually straight but may be expanded, with straight or incurvate side edges.
The auriculate hafting area is usually expanded-rounded with an incurvate basal edge.