Definition of Inwinding
1. inwind [v] - See also: inwind
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inwinding
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Literary usage of Inwinding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the English Landed Interest: Its Customs, Laws and Agriculture by Russell M. (Russell Montague) Garnier (1908)
"... to smuggle it across the Channel; and the wool packer enhanced the producer's profits at the expense of the foreigner, by inwinding with the fleeces, ..."
2. The Pictorial History of England: Being, a History of the People, as Well as by George Lillie Craik, Charles MacFarlane (1841)
"... shall make within the realm but good and due packing ; and that no man make any inwinding within the fleece of wools at the rolling-up of his ..."
3. Handbook of Mining Details (1912)
"The unwinding of one strand and the inwinding of the other are continued until all but about 12 in. of strand i is laid in, when a is cut öS at the same ..."