invected

[in-vek-tid]
adjective Heraldry.
  1. noting an edge of a charge, as an ordinary, consisting of a series of small convex curves.
  2. (of a charge, as an ordinary) having such an edge: a chevron invected.
Compare engrailed.

Origin of invected

1635–45; < Latin invect(us) driven into (see invective) + -ed2
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Historical Examples of invected

  • If an ordinary be engrailed, or invected, this fact is at once stated, the term occurring before the colour of the ordinary.

    A Complete Guide to Heraldry

    Arthur Charles Fox-Davies