Definition of Enarch

1. v. t. To arch.



Definition of Enarch

1. Verb. (obsolete) To arch. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Enarch

1. to graft a plant [v -ED, -ING, -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enarch

enantiornithean
enantiornithine
enantiornithines
enantiornitine
enantioselection
enantioselective
enantioselectively
enantioselectivities
enantioselectivity
enantioses
enantiosis
enantiotopic
enantiotropic
enantiotropism
enantiotropisms
enarch (current term)
enarched
enarches
enarching
enargia
enargite
enargites
enarm
enarmed
enarming
enarmor
enarmour
enarms
enarration
enarrations

Literary usage of Enarch

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

1. American Flower Garden Directory by Robert Buist (1832)
"Place the stock contiguous to the plant where the graft or enarch is to be taken ... Many practitioners make a slit or tongue into the enarch and stock, ..."

2. The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for by Robert Buist, Hibbert and Buist (1834)
"Place the stock contiguous to the plant where the graft or enarch is to be taken ... Many practitioners make a slit or tongue into the enarch and stock, ..."

3. The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for by Robert Buist (1841)
"Place the stock contiguous to the plant where the graft or enarch is to taken from. ... Many practitioners make a slit or tongue into the enarch and stock, ..."

4. Prince Bismarck: An Historical Biography by Charles Lowe (1885)
"... with another fine pi'ojt'ct of' colonisation in his hand, waylaid Frederick William ‘‘ The Fat,” as that im enarch passed through I ..."

5. The American Flower Garden Directory: Containing Practical Directions for by Robert Buist (1839)
"Many practitioners make a slit or tongue into the enarch and stock, but we find it unnecessary, more tedious, and likewise more danger in breaking. ..."

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