# What is the meaning of 'convex'

If something is bulging outwards in a curve, it's

*Convex*in shape. The surface of a soccer balls, old television screens, and eyeballs are all*Convex*in shape. One of the most famous uses of a Convex shape are the curving mirrors in a fun house. Not to be confused with its popular partner, the concave mirror, which curves inwards. How can you tell which is which? If you look like you're three feet tall and weigh 300 pounds, you're looking in a Convex mirror. If you look like you're twelve feet tall weigh 30 pounds, you're looking in a concave mirror. Enjoy!

a.Rising or swelling into a spherical or rounded form regularly protuberant or bulging -- said of a spherical surface or curved line when viewed from without, in opposition to concave.

n.A convex body or surface.

## Word meaning Puzzle for Convex

### All possible word meaning cloud for 'Convex'

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#### Container words of 'Convex' (13)

- Convexo-plane
- a.
- Convex on one side, and flat on the other plano-convex.

- a.
- Convexo-convex
- a.
- Convex on both sides double convex. See under Convex, a.

- a.
- convexoconvex
- Convexo-concave
- a.
- Convex on one side, and concave on the other. The curves of the convex and concave sides may be alike or may be different. See Meniscus.

- a.
- Convexness
- n.
- The state of being convex convexity.

- n.
- Convexly
- adv.
- In a convex form as, a body convexly shaped.

- adv.
- Convexity
- Convexities
- pl.
- of Convexity

- pl.
- Convexedness
- n.
- Convexity.

- n.
- Convexedly
- dv.
- In a convex form convexly.

- dv.
- Convexed
- a.
- Made convex protuberant in a spherical form.

- a.
- Concavo-convex
- a.
- Concave on one side and convex on the other, as an eggshell or a crescent.
- Specifically, having such a combination of concave and convex sides as makes the focal axis the shortest line between them. See Illust. under Lens.

- a.
- Biconvex
- a.
- Convex on both sides as, a biconvex lens.

- a.

###### In sequence words of 'Convex' (13)

- Convexo-plane
- a.
- Convex on one side, and flat on the other plano-convex.

- a.
- Convexo-convex
- a.
- Convex on both sides double convex. See under Convex, a.

- a.
- convexoconvex
- Convexo-concave
- a.
- Convex on one side, and concave on the other. The curves of the convex and concave sides may be alike or may be different. See Meniscus.

- a.
- Convexness
- n.
- The state of being convex convexity.

- n.
- Convexly
- adv.
- In a convex form as, a body convexly shaped.

- adv.
- Convexity
- Convexities
- pl.
- of Convexity

- pl.
- Convexedness
- n.
- Convexity.

- n.
- Convexedly
- dv.
- In a convex form convexly.

- dv.
- Convexed
- a.
- Made convex protuberant in a spherical form.

- a.
- Concavo-convex
- a.
- Concave on one side and convex on the other, as an eggshell or a crescent.
- Specifically, having such a combination of concave and convex sides as makes the focal axis the shortest line between them. See Illust. under Lens.

- a.
- Biconvex
- a.
- Convex on both sides as, a biconvex lens.

- a.

###### Not in sequence words of 'Convex' (19)

- Extraprovincial
- a.
- Not within of pertaining to the same province or jurisdiction.

- a.
- Excavation
- n.
- A cavity formed by cutting, digging, or scooping.
- An uncovered cutting in the earth, in distinction from a covered cutting or tunnel.
- The act of excavating, or of making hollow, by cutting, scooping, or digging out a part of a solid mass.
- The material dug out in making a channel or cavity.

- n.
- Exacervation
- n.
- The act of heaping up.

- n.
- Convexo-plane
- a.
- Convex on one side, and flat on the other plano-convex.

- a.
- Convexo-convex
- a.
- Convex on both sides double convex. See under Convex, a.

- a.
- convexoconvex
- Convexo-concave
- a.
- Convex on one side, and concave on the other. The curves of the convex and concave sides may be alike or may be different. See Meniscus.

- a.
- Convexness
- n.
- The state of being convex convexity.

- n.
- Convexly
- adv.
- In a convex form as, a body convexly shaped.

- adv.
- Convexity
- Convexities
- pl.
- of Convexity

- pl.
- Convexedness
- n.
- Convexity.

- n.
- Convexedly
- dv.
- In a convex form convexly.

- dv.
- Convexed
- a.
- Made convex protuberant in a spherical form.

- a.
- Conservatrix
- n.
- A woman who preserves from loss, injury, etc.

- n.
- Connexive
- a.
- See Connective.

- a.
- Concavo-convex
- a.
- Specifically, having such a combination of concave and convex sides as makes the focal axis the shortest line between them. See Illust. under Lens.
- Concave on one side and convex on the other, as an eggshell or a crescent.

- a.
- Coextensive
- Biconvex
- a.
- Convex on both sides as, a biconvex lens.

- a.

## Soundex words of 'Convex' (36)

- Convoking
- p. pr. & vb. n.
- of Convoke

- p. pr. & vb. n.
- Convoked
- imp. & p. p.
- of Convoke

- imp. & p. p.
- Convoke
- Convocationist
- n.
- An advocate or defender of convocation.

- n.
- Convocational
- a.
- Of or pertaining to a convocation.

- a.
- Convocation
- n.
- An academical assembly, in which the business of the university is transacted.
- An assembly of the clergy, by their representatives, to consult on ecclesiastical affairs.
- An assembly or meeting.
- The act of calling or assembling by summons.

- n.
- Convocating
- p. pr. & vb. n.
- of Convocate

- p. pr. & vb. n.
- Convocated
- imp. & p. p.
- of Convocate

- imp. & p. p.
- convocate'a=0
- Convocate
- v. t.
- To convoke to call together.

- v. t.
- Convictive
- a.
- Convincing.

- a.
- Convictism
- n.
- The policy or practice of transporting convicts to penal settlements.

- n.
- Conviction
- n.
- A judgment of condemnation entered by a court having jurisdiction the act or process of finding guilty, or the state of being found guilty of any crime by a legal tribunal.
- The act of convicting the act of proving, finding, or adjudging, guilty of an offense.
- The act of convincing of error, or of compelling the admission of a truth confutation.
- The state of being convinced or convicted strong persuasion or belief especially, the state of being convicted of sin, or by one's conscience.

- n.
- Convicting
- p. pr. & vb. n.
- of Convict

- p. pr. & vb. n.
- Convicted
- imp. & p. p.
- of Convict

- imp. & p. p.
- Convict1ible
- a.
- Capable of being convicted.

- a.
- Convict
- Convicious
- Convicinity
- n.
- Immediate vicinity neighborhood.

- n.
- Convicinities
- pl.
- of Convicinity

- pl.
- Conviciate
- v. i.
- To utter reproaches to raise a clamor to rail.

- v. i.
- conveys
- Convexo-plane
- a.
- Convex on one side, and flat on the other plano-convex.

- a.
- Convexo-convex
- a.
- Convex on both sides double convex. See under Convex, a.

- a.
- convexoconvex
- Convexo-concave
- a.

- a.
- Convexness
- n.
- The state of being convex convexity.

- n.
- Convexly
- adv.
- In a convex form as, a body convexly shaped.

- adv.
- Convexity
- Convexities
- pl.
- of Convexity

- pl.
- Convexedness
- n.
- Convexity.

- n.
- Convexedly
- dv.
- In a convex form convexly.

- dv.
- Convexed
- a.
- Made convex protuberant in a spherical form.

- a.
- Convectively
- adv.
- In a convective manner.

- adv.
- Convective
- a.
- Caused or accomplished by convection as, a convective discharge of electricity.

- a.
- Convection
- n.
- A process of transfer or transmission, as of heat or electricity, by means of currents in liquids or gases, resulting from changes of temperature and other causes.

- n.

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