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inflected

[in′flek·təd]
(botany)
Curved or bent sharply inward, downward, or toward the axis. Also known as inflexed.
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But it is still non-finite; it cannot occur in this sense in an independent clause; and even in Haegeman and Gueron's terms it is "non-finite", it does not inflect for tense or agreement.
Army inflects heavy losses upon armed groups in Homs A military source said that army units inflected heavy losses upon the armed groups, killing and wounding a number of militants in al-Rastan, Talbiseh, Eyoun Hussein, al-Ameriyeh, al-Dar al-Kabira and al-Dwair in Homs countryside.
A gentler but no less mournful spirit inflects Steve Reinke's Sad Disco Fantasia.
Of course, his two-dimensional approach to ideas inflects his attitude toward Judaism: what some critics hail as allusiveness will seem to others to be mere namedropping.
Class, not culture or "society", inflects his story of the London matrimonial agency, as the trial prompted middle- and upper-class men to laughter at the gullibilities of their lower-class inferiors.
All the normal reception and control organisms of a library are generously disposed here in a way that inflects you to the centre of the operation.
You are met by a propylaeum which consists of the timber-covered arc of an open-air theatre and its wooden scena which inflects you towards the ascending terraces by which you approach the entrance.