Entry: inbent (adj.)
In context: "'The Medusa v. the Odalisque' - cold, allusive, inbent, hostile: the only feeling for the audience one of contempt, the meta-audience in the film's theater presented as objects long before they turn to blind stone.'"
Definition: Bent or curved inwards; turned or directed inwards.
Other: To be honest, I have no idea why I bothered to originally select this word. Since I have near-obsessive tendencies to completion and exactitude, at times, anyways, here you go.
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary