Definition of Inceding
1. incede [v] - See also: incede
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Literary usage of Inceding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North (1914)
"... though there was a large de- during the year than at any time crease from the amount of the pre- since the close of the Philippine inceding year, ..."
2. Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century: Including by Isaac Barrow, John Flamsteed, John Wallis, Stephen Peter Rigaud, Isaac Newton (1841)
"Whereas the ray at I, and those inceding near it, moving through the thicker parts of the prism, are many of them destroyed in their passage, and never come ..."
3. The Diary of an Invalid: Being the Journal of a Tour in Pursuit of Health in by Henry Matthews (1825)
"The general character of their figure is the majestic;—they move about with the inceding tread of Juno. The physiognomy of the Italian woman bears the stamp ..."
4. Cases on the Law of Carriers: Selected from Decisions of English and by Frederick Green (1910)
"inceding that, because this was a shipment for carriage beyond the limits of the state, the statutes of the state do not apply, and that e validity of the ..."