Definition of Insolvably
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Literary usage of Insolvably
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1. The History of Greece by Ernst Curtius, William Alfred Packard (1876)
"I'olit (1855) pp. 225.-1. Note XX. p. 173.—Sparta w. Samos: Her. iii. 46, where the chronological relations of the matter arc insolvably confused: Mull. ..."
2. What Next in Europe? by Frank Arthur Vanderlip (1922)
"The people seem to us peculiarly alien, the complicated political life insolvably puzzling. The endless racial warfare makes a ..."
3. The Ladies' Lexicon and Parlour Companion: Containing Nearly Every Word in by William Grimshaw (1870)
"... adv. insolvably. INSOLVENCY, s. Inability to pay debts, pi. insolvencies,- adj. ins* l vent. INSPECT, v. To look into, by way of examination, ..."
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