- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of inflect.
“The smaller, leaner Mr. Pa ñ os inflects his solo dancing with signs of ballet's vocabulary, notably in pirouette-like spins in the raised, bent-leg attitude of classical ballet.”
“It can be pitched at different angles, each of which inflects meaning.”
“The answer you are seeking is called the "logistics curve" in which the first portion of the curve is exponential, then inflects at some point as a critical resource is used up, and becomes asymptotic.”
“Attention will be paid to ways in which each poet's contribution affects and inflects the larger culture to which he or she belongs and the dialogue that might be said to take shape between or across distinct cultures.”
“The way a head bob or a knowing chuckle inflects a statement such as "I spend a lot of time suffering.”
“She inflects her voice with all the time in the world, as if her whole day has been on pause until she returned to motherhood.”
“The lack of faith that Kennedy can deal with the crisis is almost palpable among the senior military figures, and the stress this inflects on the President is well-depicted by Greenwood.”
“Iyer's trio doesn't worry about swinging all the time, although the buoyancy of swing inflects their rhythms as much as hip-hop does.”
“That desire inflects every aspect of his political thought.”
“Our increasing power inflects upwards ever more rapidly - approaching its asymptote:”
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