Definition of Indowing

1. Verb. (present participle of indow) ¹



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Definition of Indowing

1. indow [v] - See also: indow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indowing

indorsations
indorse
indorsed
indorsees
indorser
indorsers
indorses
indorsing
indorsor
indorsors
indow
indowed
indowing (current term)
indowment
indowments
indows
indoxacarb
indoxyl
indoxyl esterase
indoxylic
indoxyls
indoxyluria
indoyl
indpendent
indraft
indrafts
indraught

Literary usage of Indowing

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1. The Guildry of Edinburgh: Is it an Incorporation? by James Colston (1887)
"... and takeing their consideration that by the articles or proposals which are prefixed to the subscriptions for the building and indowing an hospital or ..."

2. The Poetical Works of John Dryden by John Dryden (1909)
"Why all the charges of the nuptial feast, Wine and desserts, and sweetmeats to digest ; Th' indowing gold that buys the dear delight, 290 Giv'n for thy ..."

3. The Correspondence of John Cosin, D.D., Lord Bishop of Durham: Together with by John Cosin (1872)
"Moreover a great part of this my temporal! estate I have bestowed in founding, building, furnishing, and indowing, a publick Library next the Exchequer on ..."

4. The Life and Opinions of John de Wycliffe: Illustrated Principally from His by Robert Vaughan (1831)
"In a MS. of the "great wisdom declared his doubt, Bodleian entitled Vita Sacerdotum, " and said there are two lordships, " the foul indowing of the church" ..."

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