Definition of Inshrining

1. Verb. (present participle of inshrine) ¹



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Definition of Inshrining

1. inshrine [v] - See also: inshrine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inshrining

insheathes
insheathing
insheaths
inshell
inshelled
inshells
inship
inshipped
inships
inshoot
inshore
inshoring
inshrine
inshrined
inshrines
inshrining (current term)
insiccation
inside
inside(a)
inside-out
inside-out(p)
inside-outness
inside-the-Beltway
inside-the-park homer
inside-the-park homers
inside-the-parker
inside address
inside addresses
inside back
inside baseball

Literary usage of Inshrining

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1. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1877)
"... and converting their useless treasures to more valuable purposes than the adorning of wooden saints, or the inshrining of rotten bones ? ..."

2. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages by Percy Society (1846)
"... 1220, and the inshrining of Beket on the 7th of July following; which latter day is marked in calendars prior to the Reformation thus:—Translatio ..."

3. History of the Society of Jesus in North America; Colonial and Federal by Thomas Hughes (1917)
"... and converting their useless treasures to more valuable purposes than the adorning of wooden Saints, or the inshrining of rotten bones ? ..."

4. The Civic Garland: A Collection of Songs from London Pageants by Frederick William Fairholt (1846)
"... 1220, and the inshrining of Beket on the 7th of July following; which latter day is marked in calendars prior to the Reformation thus:—Translatio sancti ..."

5. Diary of Iohn Evelyn, Esq., F.R.S.: To which are Added a Selection from His by John Evelyn (1906)
"The church is an excellent piece of architecture of Andrea Palladio, richly pav'd, with a stately cupola that covers the high altar inshrining the ashes of ..."

6. The Diary of John Evelyn,esq., F. R. S.: To which are Added a Selection from by John Evelyn, Henry Benjamin Wheatley (1906)
"The church is an excellent piece of architecture of Andrea Palladio, richly pav'd, with a stately cupola that covers the high altar inshrining the ashes of ..."

7. The Family Memoirs of the Rev. William Stukeley, M. D., and the Antiquarian by WILLIAM. STUKELEY, ROGER. GALE, SAMUEL. GALE (1883)
"The translation and inshrining of her body. Further, 'tis observable that there are heads as large as life, well cutt, under the arches of these pillars. ..."

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