involute (Meaning)

Wordnet

involute (s)

especially of petals or leaves in bud; having margins rolled inward

(of some shells) closely coiled so that the axis is obscured

Webster

involute (a.)

Alt. of Involuted

Webster

involute (n.)

A curve traced by the end of a string wound upon another curve, or unwound from it; -- called also evolvent. See Evolute.

involute Sentence Examples

  1. The flower's petals appeared to be tightly involute, forming a delicate spiral.
  2. The seashell's intricate patterns displayed an involute design that mesmerized beachcombers.
  3. The mathematician presented a complex formula describing the involute curve's geometric properties.
  4. The fern's fronds unfurled in an involute pattern as they emerged from the soil.
  5. The artist meticulously captured the beauty of an involute seashell in her painting.
  6. In nature, the growth pattern of certain plants follows an involute trajectory as they mature.
  7. The nautilus shell's chambers coil in an involute manner, providing protection to the mollusk.
  8. Engineers studied the involute gear profile to optimize the efficiency of mechanical systems.
  9. The mathematician derived equations to describe the behavior of involute spirals in nature.
  10. The ancient symbol featured an involute motif, representing infinity and perpetual motion.

FAQs About the word involute

especially of petals or leaves in bud; having margins rolled inward, (of some shells) closely coiled so that the axis is obscuredAlt. of Involuted, A curve trac

sophisticated, complicated, intricate, complex,complicate, byzantine, tangled, convoluted, involved, knotty

plain, simple,uncomplicated, simple, plain, uncomplicated,simplistic, oversimplified, homogeneous, uniform

The flower's petals appeared to be tightly involute, forming a delicate spiral.

The seashell's intricate patterns displayed an involute design that mesmerized beachcombers.

The mathematician presented a complex formula describing the involute curve's geometric properties.

The fern's fronds unfurled in an involute pattern as they emerged from the soil.