Definition for involuted (2 of 2)
verb (used without object), in·vo·lut·ed, in·vo·lut·ing.
Origin of involute
Examples from the Web for involuted
The involuted portion of the inner lip is shorter and differently shaped.The Beaked Whales of the Family Ziphidae|Frederick True
On each side the involuted corals flung their twisted arms in more curious and intricate folds.Cord and Creese|James de Mille
Celtic illuminations also have these distorted, involuted creatures.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
British Dictionary definitions for involuted
adjective (ˈɪnvəˌluːt) involuted
Word Origin for involute
Word Origin and History for involuted
early 15c., from Latin involutus "rolled up, intricate, obscure," past participle of involvere (see involve).