Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Bent or turned from a direct line or course: as, an inflected ray of light.
  • In zoöl., anat., and botany, bent or turned inward or downward: as, the inflected mandibular angle of marsupials; inflected leaves, stamens, or petals.
  • In grammar, denoting change of office by variation of form: as, an inflected verb.
  • Serrated, or bent inward, as contour-lines representing deep ravines or narrow valleys cutting into an escarpment.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Bent; turned; deflected.
  • adjective (Gram.) Having inflections; capable of, or subject to, inflection; inflective.
  • adjective (Geom.) a prolate cycloid. See Cycloid.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Deviating from a straight line.
  • adjective grammar Changed in form to reflect function (referring to a word).
  • adjective linguistics Having inflected word forms.
  • adjective botany bent or curved inward or downward
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of inflect.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective showing alteration in form (especially by the addition of affixes)
  • adjective (of the voice) altered in tone or pitch

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Examples

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

  • Decriminalization of small amounts of drugs are indicators that perhaps an awakening of the human condition will start removing the insanity or beliefs that the pain inflected by punishment will in someway cause our resistance to drug usage to increase, where in fact history (prohibition) and more, has proven the opposite.

    legalizing drug user possession

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