Definition of Inchers
1. incher [n] - See also: incher
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Literary usage of Inchers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. China's Revolution, 1911-1912: A Historical and Political Record of the by Edwin John Dingle (1912)
"Not a hundred yards from where I sat were four field-guns—deadly four-inchers, the modem Krupp— sending shells into Hanyang as fast as the gunners were able ..."
2. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1868)
"It is probable that cultivation has restricted its range between Blaxton and inchers, as some of the spots in which it most abounds are close to where marks ..."
3. Now it Can be Told by Philip Gibbs (1920)
"... harness and yellow straps, and young gunners who were quick to get their targets. We were strong in "heavies," twelve-inchers, 9-2's, eight- inchers, ..."
4. Magnificent Fight: Marines in the Battle for Wake Island by Robert J. Cressman (1992)
"Platt carefully scrutinized the Japanese ship movements offshore, and noted with satisfaction that McAlister's 5-inchers sent three salvoes slamming into ..."
5. Poems of American History by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1908)
"The short-ranged shot drenched our decks with spray — While our thirteen-inchers, in answering play. Ripped straight through her frame to her very spine ! ..."