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convertiplane an airplane that can fly forward with speed and take off and land vertically like a helicopter.
convex having a surface or outer edge that curves outward like the outside of a ball. (Cf. concave.)
convexity the state of being convex. [2 definitions]
convexo-concave convex on one side and concave on the other. [2 definitions]
convexo-convex convex on both sides; doubly convex.
convey to carry from one place or person to another. [4 definitions]
conveyance the act of conveying. [3 definitions]
conveyor someone or something that conveys. [2 definitions]
conveyor belt a continuous moving belt used to carry materials placed upon it.
convict to find (a person) guilty of a crime or misdemeanor, esp. after a legal proceeding. [3 definitions]
conviction the process or act of finding a person guilty of a crime or misdemeanor. [3 definitions]
convince to cause to accept or believe; persuade (often fol. by "of").
convinced confident in one's belief about something. [2 definitions]
convincing able to make one believe in the validity or truth of what is being presented.
convivial enjoying feasting, drinking, and socializing; sociable. [2 definitions]
convocation the act of convoking or the state of being convoked. [2 definitions]
convoke to summon to an assembly; convene.
convolute to wind around; coil. [2 definitions]
convoluted folded in twists and coils. [2 definitions]
convolution a complexity of coils, twists, and folds. [4 definitions]
convolve to roll, twist, or wind together; coil up.