Definition of Intertills
1. intertill [v] - See also: intertill
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Literary usage of Intertills
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Letters of Junius ...: With Notes and Illustrations, Historical by Junius (1804)
"... have been rendered, perhaps, weaker than they were, for the intertills of the constitution, to be desired. ..."
2. Natural Theology: Or Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity by William Paley (1826)
"... has commanded, as it were, and imposed upon them, ut moderate intertills, a general intermission of their toils, their occupations, and pursuits. ..."
3. Atlantic Journal and Friend of Knowledge by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1833)
"... intertills, Raf. disc. 1821. Stem procumbent, dichotome, divaricate j leaves remote, short, linear cuneate, entire; branchlets Uni - lateral; ..."
4. Text-book of Ophthalmology by Ernst Fuchs, Alexander Duane (1899)
"ocular muscles, the reclus intertills, ri. ami the reclus ,-M,-miis. rt. The cornea. C. is diminished in size, flatten«!, and wrinkled ..."