Definition of Inmeshing

1. inmesh [v] - See also: inmesh



Lexicographical Neighbors of Inmeshing

inlumine
inlumined
inlumining
inly
inmacy
inmarriage
inmarry
inmate
inmates
inmeat
inmeats
inmesh
inmeshed
inmeshes
inmeshing (current term)
inmew
inmid
inmiddes
inmigrant
inmigrants
inmigration
inmigrations
inmove
inn
innage
innages
innard
innards

Literary usage of Inmeshing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Some Jewish Women by Henry Zirndorf (1892)
"... of wrath took possession of her: wrath against fate, against something mysteriously hostile, she knew not what to call it, that was inmeshing her life. ..."

2. A Text-book of physiology by Isaac Ott (1913)
"... inmeshing some fat-particles. This film is formed by the drying of proteid at the surface of the milk. The chief proteid of milk is a phospho-proteid ..."

3. Annual Report by Indiana Dept. of Inspection, Indiana (1907)
"Place a substantial gear shield before the inmeshing side of gears on two large power punches on west side in boiler shop, and on one small punch press on ..."

4. Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Washington by Arthur Remington, Solon Dickerson Williams, Washington (State). Supreme Court (1906)
"... and with his left hand resting on the bed of the machine, between eight indies and one foot from the point of contact of the two inmeshing cogs. ..."

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