Origin of involute
OTHER WORDS FROM involutein·vo·lute·ly, adverbsub·in·vo·lute, adjective
Words nearby involute
How to use involute in a sentence
These names are given to the curves because the end of a stretched thread unwound from the evolute will describe the involute.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
In the Balm of Gilead, the leaf is involute, rolled towards the midrib on the upper face.
The leaves are rolled towards the midrib on the upper face (involute).
Involute teeth have the advantage that they roll on one another instead of sliding.
Leaves involute, the throat usually bearded, and sheaths often enclosing the panicles.