### Definition of Acre inch

1. Noun. One twelfth of an acre-foot.

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Acre Inch

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### Literary usage of Acre inch

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Irrigation Practice and Engineering by Bernard Alfred Etcheverry (1915)
"1 second-foot in 1 hour gives nearly 1 acre-inch. 1 second-foot is equivalent to 40 miner's inches controlled by a 4-inch pressure head. ..."

2. Irrigation Practice and Engineering by Bernard Alfred Etcheverry (1915)
"1 second-foot in 24 hours gives nearly 2 acre-feet (1.983). 1 second-foot in 1 hour gives nearly 1 acre-inch. 1 second-foot is equivalent to 40 miner's ..."

3. Use of water in irrigation by Samuel Fortier (1916)
"1 second-foot flowing 1 hour equals approximately 1 acre-inch. 1 second-foot flowing 12 hours ... 1 acre-inch equals 3630 cubic feet, equals 27154 gallons. ..."

4. Land Drainage by Wilbur Louis Powers, Thomas Anderson Hendricks Teeter (1922)
"The acre-inch is equivalent to 1 inch deep over 1 acre, or ^ of 43560 cubic feet, and equals 3630 cubic feet, or is equal to 1 inch rainfall over 1 acre. ..."

5. Handbook of hydraulics for the solution of hydraulic problems by Horace Williams King (1918)
"A depth of 1 inch over an area of 1 acre is called an acre-inch. An acre-inch is equal to J-^ acre-foot or 3630 cubic feet. A number of units expressing ..."