incurve

[in-kurv]
verb (used without object), verb (used with object), incurved, incurving.
to curve or cause to curve inward.

Origin:
1600–10; < Latin incurvāre to bend in, curve. See in-2, curve

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Modern shapes have better bases, a gentle curve from base to side-wall, and a slight bulge or incurve before rim is reached.
The sides, instead of tapering more or less evenly toward the tip, incurve sharply to a narrow projection that tapers to the tip.
They were used incurve fitting experiments to elucidate temperature-and time-dependencies.
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