Definition of Inships

1. inship [v] - See also: inship



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inships

inshaded
inshallah
inshave
inshaves
insheath
insheathe
insheathed
insheathes
insheathing
insheaths
inshell
inshelled
inshells
inship
inshipped
inships (current term)
inshoot
inshore
inshoring
inshrine
inshrined
inshrines
inshrining
insiccation
inside
inside(a)
inside-out
inside-out(p)
inside-outness
inside-the-Beltway

Literary usage of Inships

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

1. Caesar's Gallic War by Julius Caesar, Arthur Tappan Walker, Cornelius Marshal Lowe (1907)
"477. л flumine: case' App. 144: G.-L,. 389: A. 429, a: B. 218, 9: H.-B. 436, a. H. 476. 6. navibus, "inships," is an ablative of means ..."

2. Ship Subsidies: An Economic Study of the Policy of Subsidizing Merchant Marines by Walter Thomas Dunmore (1907)
"... inships of one million tons from commerce for use as transports and supply boats. Congressman Grosvenor of the Merchant Marine Commission, ..."

3. Annals of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, 1795-1892 by Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association (1853)
"... and a profusion of beautiful flowers from inships' gardens adorned the tables." The president of the association presided at the table, and after giving ..."

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