Definition of Intime

1. a. Inward; internal; intimate.



Definition of Intime

1. cozy [adj] - See also: cozy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intime

intimas
intimate apparel
intimate with
intimated
intimately
intimateness
intimatenesses
intimater
intimaters
intimates
intimatest
intimating
intimation
intimations
intime (current term)
intimidate
intimidated
intimidates
intimidating
intimidatingly
intimidation
intimidations
intimidator
intimidators
intimidatory
intimin
intimins
intimism
intimisms

Literary usage of Intime

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1. The History of Modern Painting by RICHARD. MUTHER (1907)
"CHAPTER XXIV THE BEGINNINGS OF " PAYSAGE intime " HOW it was that the secrets of paysage intime were reserved for our own century—and this assuredly by no ..."

2. Poems by Robert Underwood Johnson (1902)
"AMIEL (THE "JOURNAL intime") A FEW there are who to the troubled soul Can lay the ear with that physician-art Which by a whispered accent in the heart ..."

3. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"... Journal intime, ii. 76. We must be watchful, especially in the beginning of temptation, because tben the enemy is easier overcome, if he is not suffered ..."

4. The American Quarterly Review by Robert Walsh (1837)
"There cannot be a word of truth in the whole story. ART. VI.—-Recherche Anatomique et Physiologique sur la structure intime des Animaux et des ..."

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