The substance is gelatinous; the form is lobed, folded, or convolute, often resembling the brain of some animal.
convolute, rolled up lengthwise, as the leaves of the Plum in vernation, 72.
The imbricate and the convolute modes sometimes vary one into the other, especially in the corolla.
Leaves conduplicate or convolute, short and narrow, the ligule short: minute ears at base.
In Melica the leaves are convolute and the shoot-section quadrangular.
Tongue long, convolute, distinct, sometimes porrected in the pupa state.
Lolium temulentum is similar but is more apt to be convolute, whereas L. perenne is more folded.
But the lower lip, which is drawn inwards with the curve of a conch shell,—oh what a convolute of cruelty and revenge is there!
The passages here run in convolute curves, the one winding in a spiral to the centre, the other receding from the centre.
convolute: rolled or twisted spirally: also applied to wings when they are wrapped around the body.