Definition of Inglobing

1. Verb. (present participle of inglobe) ¹



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Definition of Inglobing

1. inglobe [v] - See also: inglobe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inglobing

inghalla
ingine
ingines
ingirt
ingirted
ingirting
ingirts
ingle
inglenook
inglenooks
ingles
inglobate
inglobe
inglobed
inglobes
inglobing (current term)
inglorious
ingloriously
ingloriousness
inglut
ingluts
inglutted
inglutting
ingluvial
ingluvies
ingluvious
ingo
ingodite
ingoes
ingoing

Literary usage of Inglobing

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1. Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Its Complications, with Special Reference to by Sherman Grant Bonney (1910)
"As the repellant action between the microorganisms and the leukocytes is changed into an attraction, there is afforded added opportunity for the inglobing ..."

2. The Anglo-American Telegraphic Code to Cheape Telegraphy and to Furnish a by James K. Selleck (1891)
"... you inquire Inglorious Have you made inquiry regarding inglobing Inquiry. Ingraft I (we) will make inquiry Ingot I (we) have made inquiry Ingrafting If ..."

3. The Joy-bringer: Fifty Three Melodies of the One-in-twain. February-March by Thomas Lake Harris (1886)
"Still circling to an ever-young renewing, The One-in-Twain ye love and worship so Shine sun-like, aye inglobing and bedewing Immortal systems nobler than ye ..."

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