Definition of Inisling

1. Verb. (present participle of inisle) ¹



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Definition of Inisling

1. inisle [v] - See also: inisle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inisling

iniopagus
iniops
iniopterygian
iniopterygians
iniquities
iniquitous
iniquitously
iniquitousness
iniquity
iniquous
inirritable
inirritative
inisle
inisled
inisles
inisling (current term)
init
inited
initiable
initial
initial cell
initial contact
initial dose
initial haematuria
initial heat
initial object
initial objects
initial offering
initial point

Literary usage of Inisling

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1. The Law of Mines and Mining in the United States by Daniel Moreau Barringer, John Stokes Adams (1911)
"Should, however, the locator, nt the time of inisling Ыя notice, in addition to giving the ..."

2. Bygone Sussex by William Edward Armytage Axon (1897)
"It begins with Rother, whose running through the woods, inisling Oxney, and such like, poetically here described, is plain enough to any apprehending ..."

3. Historical Records of New South Wales by New South Wales (1896)
"Thursday, 9 April, 1801,—Winds E. to NW and WPM, cloudy Repair the inisling weather with squalls. The launch being much in want of repair, launch. ;,'"t her ..."

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