Definition of Inmeshes
1. inmesh [v] - See also: inmesh
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Literary usage of Inmeshes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1872)
"... and as they nerer attempt to turn back with the tide, every effort only inmeshes them more securely in the trap set for their destruction. ..."
2. The Religion of Democracy: A Memorandum of Modern Principles by Charles Ferguson (1900)
"Of these two worlds, it is the latter—the world of compromises—that is nearest at hand and most in evidence. It surrounds you and inmeshes you. ..."
3. A Text-book of physiology by Isaac Ott (1913)
"The casein thus generated inmeshes the fat-granules and forms milk-curd. This curd, like the blood-clot, shrinks after a few hours and an opalescent Huid, ..."
4. The Religion of Democracy: A Manual of Devotion by Charles Ferguson (1900)
"It surrounds you and inmeshes you. If you start to do anything in a straightforward and natural way, it constrains and embarrasses you. ..."