intorted

intorted

[in-tawr-tid]
adjective
twisted inwardly about an axis or fixed point; curled; wound: intorted horns.

Origin:
1605–15; < Latin intort(us) (variant past participle of intorquēre to turn or twist in; see in-2, tort) + -ed2

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