Definition of Inscape

1. Noun. A landscape of an indoor setting. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Inscape

1. the inner essential quality of something [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inscape

insanity plea
insatiabilities
insatiability
insatiable
insatiableness
insatiably
insatiate
insatiately
insatiateness
insatiatenesses
insatiaty
insatiety
insatisfaction
insatisfactions
insaturable
inscape (current term)
inscapes
inscience
inscient
insconce
insconced
insconces
inscribable
inscribe
inscribed
inscriber
inscribers
inscribes
inscribing
inscriptible

Literary usage of Inscape

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1. Aspects of Literature by John Middleton Murry (1920)
"inscape ' is still, in spite of the apparent differentiation, musical; but a quality of formalism seems to have entered with the specific designation. ..."

2. Secreted Desires: The Major Uranians by Michael Matthew Kaylor (2006)
"(Wendell Stacy Johnson, 'Sexuality and inscape')1 In considerations prior to, but left unchanged in his literary biography of Gerard Manley Hopkins, ..."

3. Face to Face by Jeff W. O'Connell, Gabrielle Warnock (2000)
"MICHAEL MULLEN 1937- Mullen's writing comes from 'an urgency to define the inscape and the landscape'. From Castlebar, County Mayo, he graduated from ..."

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