Definition of Incliners
1. incliner [n] - See also: incliner
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incliners
Literary usage of Incliners
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements (1802)
"... be called incliners,) place a piece of wood or metal, nearly of the fame lize ... of wood or metal may come near to the under edges of the incliners. ..."
2. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1854)
"By the descent of the plunger in the folding-box, the incliners are pushed out of the way into the recesses formed to receive them. ..."
3. The Young Trigonometer's Compleat Guide: Being the Mystery and Rationale of by Benjamin Martin (1736)
"... Incliners ; but if the Plane paf- feth between the Pole and the Horizon, the North Pole is elevated \ but the South over their ..."
4. History of the Moorish Empire in Europe by Samuel Parsons Scott (1904)
"... as " Incliners" and " Heretics." The Manichean conception of the Spirit of Darkness—or, in other words, that important and enterprising personage the ..."