Definition of Inletting
1. inlet [v] - See also: inlet
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Literary usage of Inletting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book of Perth: An Illustration of the Moral and Ecclesiastical State of by John Parker Lawson (1847)
"... inletting of loads on the Sabbath-day, and time of preaching, he confesses with his own mouth that divers times he has broken the Sabbath-day by ..."
2. Recreations of an Antiquary in Perthshire History and Genealogy by Robert Scott Fittis (1881)
"Indeed, he confessed that he had repeatedly offended " by inletting of loads of fish and burdens at the said port:" upon which he was found "culpable, ..."
3. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1905)
"... fissures are essential for volcanic extrusion and inletting of water, ... the actual eruptions at the surface required the inletting of surface waters. ..."
4. Journal by Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1875)
"None of the fine oases of the Souf would be immerged by the inletting of the sea, the lowest of them, Debila, being 58 metres above the sea. ..."
5. The Life and Theatrical Times of Charles Kean, F.S.A. by Fanny Kemble, Kate Field, John William Cole (1882)
"... called, " Jesus and His Biographers." Stanley's sermons are excellent, but they seem to me curiously unorthodox. There is an inletting ..."
6. Life and Labour of the People in London by Charles Booth (1903)
"As Monro Gibson has said recently, " It is not outpouring that is wanted so much as an inletting. It is not the windows of heaven that are shut, ..."