Definition of Illapsed
1. illapse [v] - See also: illapse
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Literary usage of Illapsed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Johnstown Flood ...: With Full Accounts Also of the by Willis Fletcher Johnson (1889)
"... consisting of wife and eight children, were buried beneath the wi • 1 illapsed house. He was carried down the river the railroad bridge on a plank. ..."
2. The Works of Thomas Goodwin, D.D. by Thomas Goodwin (1866)
"But this joy falls into and is illapsed within the soul itself immediately; yea, the weakness of your bodies and bodily spirits will not permit you to have ..."
3. The Quarrel Between the Earl of Manchester and Oliver Cromwell: An Episode by David Masson, John Bruce (1875)
"... yet unpaid 30000f. of the former three moneths assessments; of these last foure moneths, which is almost illapsed, there is nothing as yet brought in. ..."
4. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children by John Forsyth Meigs (1877)
"The diagnosis of collapse of the lung must always be more less uncertain where it is of the lobular form, for the reason that the illapsed lobules being ..."
5. The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical and Critical by Barbauld (Anna Letitia), Anna Letitia Aikin Barbauld (1820)
"The scenes of the Iliad illapsed in glowing colours to her fancy—scenes, once the haunt of heroes— now lonely, and in ruins; but which still shone, ..."
6. East Anglia and the Great Civil War: The Rising of Cromwell's Ironsides in by Alfred Kingston (1897)
"... and of these last 4 moneths which is almost illapsed, there is nothing yet brought in I must confesse, and I doe acknowledge it as a blessing from God, ..."