Definition of Inpours
1. inpour [v] - See also: inpour
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inpours
Literary usage of Inpours
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Technology of Law: A Condensus of Maxims, Leading Cases, and Elements of by William Taylor Hughes (1893)
"To rightly view a vast and unfathomed sea, incomprehensible from any cursory exploration of only one of its many currents or inpours, is impossible. ..."
2. Life of Richard Trevithick: With an Account of His Inventions by Francis Trevithick (1872)
"How were the numerous inpours of water and sand through every crevice to be stopped? "The timbering at the top of the end was the most leaky ; but in the ..."
3. Liberty's Triumph: A Poem by Robert Wharton Landis (1849)
"... Cornwallis swift his cavalry inpours ; Whose heavy steeds upon them bearing down, Charge in succession, thundering on charge In swift succession told ..."