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  • s  especially of petals or leaves in bud; having margins rolled inward
  • s  (of some shells) closely coiled so that the axis is obscured

  • But the real complexity of color emerges where the hills become involute, where hollows and canyons fall away from the highway toward some hidden termination.
  • More than half appear on the face, and 50 to 75 percent eventually disappear, or "involute," in 10 years.
  • No furtive light came from their involute Abode, but there they were, aloof and mute, Playing a game of worlds, promoting pawns To ivory unicorns and ebon fauns.

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