incurvate

[ adjective in-kur-veyt, in-kur-vit; verb in-kur-veyt, in-kur-veyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incurvate

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The blade is usually straight; rarely, incurvate or excurvate.

The base is incurvate and usually thinned with some fine retouch.

The blade is usually straight; rarely, excurvate or incurvate.

The side edges of the stem are incurvate and usually ground.

The stem base is thinned and may be incurvate, straight or excurvate.

The blade is incurvate, beveled on each side of both faces, and is in rare instances serrated.

The stem is usually straight but may be expanded, with straight or incurvate side edges.

The steeply beveled basal edge may be straight or incurvate.

The stem is broad and may be straight, slightly contracted, or expanded, with an incurvate basal edge that may be thinned.

The auriculated hafting area is usually expanded-rounded with an incurvate basal edge.

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