Definition of Ignified

1. Verb. (past of ignify) ¹



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Definition of Ignified

1. ignify [v] - See also: ignify

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ignified

iglus
ignaro
ignaroes
ignaros
ignatia
ignatias
ignatius bean
igneal
igneous
igneous rock
ignescent
ignescents
ignicolist
ignicolists
igniferous
ignified (current term)
ignifies
ignifluous
ignify
ignifying
ignigenous
ignimbrite
ignimbrites
ignipedites
ignipotence
ignipotent
ignipuncture
ignipunctures
ignis fatuus
ignitabilities

Literary usage of Ignified

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1. The universal etymological English dictionaryby Nathan Bailey by Nathan Bailey (1731)
"mew, that bird being fo light that it is' carried every way by the wind ; and inch an one was alfo (ignified by a crab- tim, ..."

2. Steam Boilers: Their History and Development, Giving an Account of the by Henry Handley Pridham Powles (1905)
"... this iron Pipe down into the Disperser may be dispersed or showered round on the sides of the red-hot Pan or ignified Vessel in a very exact manner. ..."

3. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke (1796)
"... nor agreeing to the idea commonly (ignified by other people's words; but cannot make a wrong or ..."

4. The American Historical Review by American historical association (1904)
"... however, the undertaking is on the whole painfully 'ï'O Never scholarly, the literary style is frequently either awkward or lric^ignified. ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: In the by Great Britain Court of Chancery, Philip Yorke Hardwicke (1794)
"... for the wife not having (ignified any intention " of a preference, the court would take it as it is found ; if the " wife had ..."

6. The English Historical Review by Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, John Goronwy Edwards (1905)
"The term burh ignified any defensive position, small or large, ranging from the ix-hundred man's house to the large fortified town or camp. ..."

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