Definition of Inaner
1. inane [adj] - See also: inane
Lexicographical Neighbors of Inaner
Literary usage of Inaner
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report of the Commissioners of Emigration of the State of New York by New York (State), Commissioners of Emigration (1868)
"Quantity of Baggage Inn iled at Castle Garden with Passengers, and stored until required by the inaner, together with the ..."
2. The Topographer and Genealogist by John Gough Nichols (1858)
"... de tra pdca in cur hie & dicit qd in code casu Scdm cong inaner no het necesse ... tenent inaner pdci ..."
3. The English Charlemagne Romances by Sidney J. Herrtage, William Caxton, Emil Hausknecht, S. L. Lee, John Bourchier, Octavia Richardson (1887)
"... Barely it is done by some inaner of treason.' 4Ho\ve the kynge commaunded that II »on sholde be sent for fro ..."