Definition of Inwinding

1. inwind [v] - See also: inwind



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inwinding

inwardness
inwardnesses
inwards
inwash
inwashes
inweave
inweaved
inweaves
inweaving
inwheel
inwick
inwicked
inwicking
inwicks
inwind
inwinding (current term)
inwinds
inwit
inwith
inwits
inwone
inwood
inwork
inworked
inworking
inworks
inworn
inwound
inwove
inwoven

Literary usage of Inwinding

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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 ..."

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