Definition of Inurns

1. Verb. (third-person singular of inurn) ¹



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Definition of Inurns

1. inurn [v] - See also: inurn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inurns

inunderstanding
inurbane
inurbanities
inurbanity
inure
inured
inurement
inurements
inures
inuring
inurn
inurned
inurning
inurnment
inurnments
inurns (current term)
inusitate
inusitation
inust
inustion
inustions
inutile
inutilely
inutilities
inutility
inutterability
inutterable
inuysybel
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invA protein

Literary usage of Inurns

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1. Poems by Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta (1849)
"... of injured Constance shone, Who to the glittering circlet gav'st a lustre not its own,— Thou canst recall those lovely forms the faded Past inurns; ..."

2. Southern Literary Messenger (1849)
"Hence the practice of delivering obituary eulogies over the illustrious dead, and the splendid mausoleums in which the gratitude of their fellow-men inurns ..."

3. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1852)
"... Whom all as Scotia's minstrel know f And who may touch that garland bright Laid on the proud turf that inurns Whatever died of ROBERT BURNS ? ..."

4. A Treasury of Canadian Verse: With Brief Biographical Notes by Theodore Harding Rand (1900)
"... the sunlight ever turns; In her cool beams my burning eyes I steep— Oh, that my spirit thus may rest in sleep When my pale ashes mother Earth inurns ! ..."

5. Greece: II. Grecian History to the Reign of Peisistratus at Athens by George Grote (1899)
"... or to inurns, in this passage, I do not understand. We know nothing of any relations either between ..."

6. The Poets of Connecticut: With Biographical Sketches by Charles William Everest (1843)
"And there the sire, as the plough turns Some warlike relic from the sod, Whose mould the battle-ranks inurns, That few, but fearless, " blood-shod strode," ..."

7. The Poets of Connecticut: With Biographical Sketches by Charles William Everest (1844)
"And there the sire, as the plough turns Some warlike relic from the sod, Whose mould the battle-ranks inurns, That few, but fearless, " blood-shod strode," ..."

8. The Poets of Connecticut: With Biographical Sketches by Charles William Everest (1873)
"And there the sire, as the plough turns Some warlike relic from the sod, Whose mould the battle-ranks inurns, That few, but fearless, " blood-shod strode," ..."

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