Etymology
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inflected (adj.)

1640s, "bent, curved," past-participle adjective from inflect (v.). Grammatical sense is from 1775.

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Definitions of inflected

inflected (adj.)
(of the voice) altered in tone or pitch;
his southern Yorkshire voice was less inflected and singing than her northern one
inflected (adj.)
showing alteration in form (especially by the addition of affixes);
German is an inflected language
`boys' and `swam' are inflected English words
From wordnet.princeton.edu