undeflected

deflected

[dih-flek-tid]
adjective Biology.
1.
curved or bent downward.

Origin:
1820–30; deflect + -ed2

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undeflected, adjective
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deflect
1550s, from L. deflectere "to bend aside or downward," from de- "away" + flectere "to bend." Originally transitive, the intrans. sense is first recorded 1640s.
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