Definition of Reinfunds

1. reinfund [v] - See also: reinfund



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinfunds

reinforced anchorage
reinforced concrete
reinforcement
reinforcement schedule
reinforcements
reinforcer
reinforcers
reinforces
reinforcing
reinforcing stimulus
reinform
reinformed
reinforming
reinforms
reinfund
reinfunds (current term)
reinfuse
reinfused
reinfuses
reinfusing
reingratiate
reingratiated
reingratiates
reingratiating
reinhabit
reinhabited
reinhabiting
reinhabits
reinhardbraunsite
reining

Literary usage of Reinfunds

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1. The Works ...: With the Author's Life and Character, Notes [etc.] In Eight by Jonathan Swift (1761)
"... whirls perpetually about, and at lait reinfunds. His complexion is of a dirty yellow, with a thin fcat- tered beard, exactly agreeable to tliat of his ..."

2. Az Angol irodalom története by Hippolyte Taine (1883)
"... the best parts of his diet is the re- version of his own ordure, which, expiring into steams, whirls perpetually about, aud at last reinfunds. ..."

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