Definition of Inclasping

1. Verb. (present participle of inclasp) ¹



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Definition of Inclasping

1. inclasp [v] - See also: inclasp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inclasping

incitive
incito-motor
incito-motory
incivil
incivilities
incivility
incivilization
incivilly
incivism
incivisms
inclamation
inclamations
inclarity
inclasp
inclasped
inclasping (current term)
inclasps
inclavated
inclave
incle
inclemencies
inclemency
inclement
inclemently
inclementness
incles
inclinable
inclinableness
inclinatio
inclinatio pelvis

Literary usage of Inclasping

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1. The Popular Science Monthly (1890)
"Their dress is simple, and includes a crown of pearls on the head inclasping the floating hair; a long white robe, such as is worn by the peasant women at ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1877)
"... and all beyond that, nothing was visible but a vague gray mist that seemed to be inclasping the world. We stumbled on through the cold, damp atmosphere, ..."

3. The Lusiad: Or, The Discovery of India. An Epic Poem by Luís de Camões (1877)
"And now inclasping GAMA'S in a ring, And the proud Moors, secure, exulting wait : Their fleet sweeps on.—Loud whizzing from the string The black-wing'd ..."

4. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1878)
"... and all beyond that, nothing was visible but a vague gray mist that seemed to be inclasping the world. We stumbled on through the cold, damp atmosphere, ..."

5. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1878)
"... vague gray mist that seemed to be inclasping the world. We stumbled on through the cold, damp atmosphere, until we found before us the great masses of ..."

6. Electricity: Its Theory, Sources, and Applications by John T. Sprague (1884)
"The field magnets are, in principle, exactly those of Fig. ici, consisting of plain horseshoes with wide inclasping j pieces : at first they had two ..."

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