Definition of Inwind
1. to enwind [v -WOUND, -WINDING, -WINDS] - See also: enwind
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inwind
inwind (current term)
Literary usage of Inwind
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Man and His Dwelling Place: An Essay Towards the Interpretation of Nature by James Hinton (1872)
"What things should they be which thrill our souls with rapture, penetrate our hearts with sweet or solemn thoughts, speak with such mystic language? inwind ..."
2. Celebrities at Home by Edmund Hodgson Yates, Yates, Edmund Hodgson, 1831-1894 (1878)
"He conducts for the Treasury all prosecutions arising from bankruptcy, acts for the Stock Exchange inwind- ing-up ..."