Definition of Inrushing

1. Adjective. Moving towards or into. ¹



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Definition of Inrushing

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inrushing

inroading
inroads
inroll
inrolled
inrolling
inrollments
inrolls
inrolments
inrun
inrunning
inrunnings
inruns
inrush
inrushed
inrushes
inrushing (current term)
inrushings
ins.
ins and outs
insafety
insalivation
insalubrious
insalubriousness
insalubrities
insalubrity
insalutary
insanability
insanable
insane
insane asylum

Literary usage of Inrushing

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1. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"... behind their steps, They digged, to fence them from their enemies; It so, inrushing tide, deep channel made, (And seemed then fight, for Britons, ..."

2. The Engines of the Human Body: Being the Substance of Christmas Lectures by Arthur Keith (1920)
"Passing down the throat the inrushing tide of air reaches, just behind and ... As the inrushing breath approaches they pull the two curtains widely apart ..."

3. The Christian Observatory by Alexander Wilson M'Clure (1848)
"... be better prepared to fight with and to conquer that inrushing infidelity against which the weapons of the old dogmatism must be powerless in any land. ..."

4. The Horseless Age (1896)
"This upper portion of the piston deflects the inrushing current of air upward, ... When it has reached its lowest position, the inrushing of compressed air ..."

5. Analytic Interest Psychology and Synthetic Philosophy by John Summerfield Engle (1904)
"theory of the Emotions, for instance, deals with the inrushing tide of ... The inrushing mass of stimulation from bodily processes can do no more than ..."

6. Ampharita: An American Idyll by Brazzà, Countess di Brazzà (1897)
"... when swollen with the inrushing waters consequent upon the rainy season, and which had been adapted to a dwelling by the levelling of its LEPUS ..."

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