Definition of Insouling

1. Verb. (present participle of insoul) ¹



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Definition of Insouling

1. insoul [v] - See also: insoul

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insouling

insonate
insonation
insonicate
insonicated
insonication
insonify
insonorous
insooth
insorption
insouciance
insouciances
insouciant
insouciantly
insoul
insouled
insouling (current term)
insouls
insource
insourced
insources
insourcing
inspan
inspanned
inspanning
inspans
inspect
inspectability
inspectable
inspected
inspecter

Literary usage of Insouling

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1. A Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham by Edward Peacock (1889)
"insouling.—The outfall of a ditch or drain ; sometimes the drain itself ... under penalty of ijs. vjd- There is a soak-dyke in Ashby called the insouling. ..."

2. The Self-revelation of God by Samuel Harris (1886)
"The same is the inmost and, as it were, the insouling power in the things." 1 This is evident from the earnestness with which the absolute Being has ..."

3. The Candle of Vision by George William Russell (1918)
"impregnation, inbreathing or insouling. We have reached in evolution the stage when the one life breaks into myriads of lives, which on earth finds its ..."

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