Definition of Inchases

1. Verb. (third-person singular of inchase) ¹



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Definition of Inchases

1. inchase [v] - See also: inchase

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inchases

inchangeability
inchant
inchanted
inchanter
inchanters
inchanting
inchantment
inchantments
inchantress
inchantresses
inchants
incharitable
incharity
inchase
inchased
inchases (current term)
inchasing
inchastities
inchastity
inchaunt
inched
incher
inchers
inches
inching
inchingly
inchlong
inchman
inchmeal
inchmen

Literary usage of Inchases

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

1. An Essay on the Law of Bailments by William Jones, William Theobald (1833)
"To carry jewels safely may be a far more valuable service, and require far more vigilance, than to clean the gold which inchases them. ..."

2. On the Constitution of the Church and State According to the Idea of Each by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1839)
"... becomes the record and chronicle of her ministerial acts, and inchases the vast unfolded volume of the earth with the hieroglyphics of her history. O ! ..."

3. Lay Sermons by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Derwent Coleridge (1852)
"... delegated functions in its external variety and manifoldness, becomes the record and chronicle of her ministerial acts, and inchases the vast unfolded ..."

4. Specimens of English Prose Style: From Malory to Macaulay by George Saintsbury (1885)
"... becomes the record and chronicle of her ministerial acts, and inchases the vast unfolded volume of the earth with the hieroglyphics of her history. ..."

5. The Statesman's Manual: Or, The Bible the Best Guide to Political Skill and by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1816)
"... omni'formity of her delegated functions in its external variety and manifoldness, becomes the record and chronicle of her ministerial acts, and inchases ..."

6. Specimens of English Prose Style from Malory to Macaulay: From Malory to by George Saintsbury (1886)
"... becomes the record and chronicle of her ministerial acts, and inchases the vast unfolded volume of the earth with the hieroglyphics of her history. ..."

7. Biographia Literaria, Or, Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1894)
"... becomes the record and chronicle of her ministerial acts, and inchases the vast unfolded volume of the earth with the hieroglyphics of her history. ..."

8. Guide to the French Language by J. J. P. Le Brethon (1858)
"... 7/ amasse, he collects ; il enchâsse, he inchases ; il casse, he breaks ; il passe, he passes ; il compassé, he measures ; with their compounds. ..."

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