Definition of Intenerating
1. intenerate [v] - See also: intenerate
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Literary usage of Intenerating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cider: A Poem in Two Books by John Philips (1791)
"Autumn to the fruits 50 Earth's various lap produces vigor gives, Equal, intenerating; milky grain, Berries, and fky-dy'd plums, and what in coat • earth1! ..."
2. The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England: With a Life of the by Francis Bacon, Basil Montagu (1848)
"The baths and unctions which may serve to the present operation, (namely, of intenerating the body truly and really,) ought to have three properties. 7. ..."
3. The Code of Health and Longevity: Or, A Concise View, of the Principles by John Sinclair (1807)
"The baths and unctions which may serve to the present operation, (namely, of intenerating the body truly and really), ought to have three properties. 7. ..."
4. Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and by William Swinton (1897)
"... of a man more intense than any possible suffering we can conceive LITERARY ANALYSIS.—239. nice. Meaning here? 244. intenerating, rendering tender. ..."