concave[ adjective, verb kon-keyv, kon-keyv; noun kon-keyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF concave
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCAVE
In a concave mirror the top and bottom are inverted, but this is no transposition.
I am bending them in concave cathode of force over the city.
I ran up the twisted, concave surface of a giant stem of some kind.
A dentist's mirror is concave; he sees your teeth enlarged in it.
It was a concave lens, like some powerful optical instrument.
You will perceive, Watson, that the glasses are concave and of unusual strength.
The sky was like a bowl of brass, and in the concave buzzards were sailing.
Thus, far from being salient, its horizontal section is concave.
The surgeon and the wounded were well sheltered in a concave hollow of the bank.
The gouge is a form of chisel, the blade of which is concave, and hence the edge curved.