Lexicographical Neighbors of Inficete
Literary usage of Inficete
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1829)
"A vast deal of childish matter is here narrated, very inficete and unprofitable to peruse. In 1801,he went to Harrow, "as little prepared," says Dr. Glennie ..."
2. Maid Marian and Crotchet Castle by Thomas Love Peacock (1895)
"... very inficete at mine. You have dished me up, like a savoury omelette, to gratify the appetite of the reading rabble for gossip. The next time, sir, ..."