Definition of Ingulphs

1. ingulph [v] - See also: ingulph



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ingulphs

inguinofemoral hernia
inguinolabial
inguinolabial hernia
inguinoperitoneal
inguinoscrotal
inguinoscrotal hernia
inguinosuperficial hernia
ingulf
ingulfed
ingulfing
ingulfment
ingulfments
ingulfs
ingulph
ingulphed
ingulphs (current term)
ingurgitate
ingurgitated
ingurgitates
ingurgitating
ingurgitation
ingurgitations
ingustable
inhability
inhabit
inhabitable
inhabitance
inhabitances
inhabitancies
inhabitancy

Literary usage of Ingulphs

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1. Ivanhoe by Walter Scott (1908)
"... the single drop of rain which mixes with the sea becomes an individual part of that resistless ocean which undermines rocks and ingulphs royal armadas. ..."

2. Daniel Defoe: His Life, and Recently Discovered Writings ; Extending from by Lee, William, Daniel Defoe (1869)
"If any Man is Felo de Se, and falls upon himself with Sword, Gun, or String; or ingulphs himself by a Leap over-board into the Thames, and the like; ..."

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