Definition of Insheathe

1. v. t. To insert as in a sheath; to sheathe.



Definition of Insheathe

1. Verb. (archaic form of ensheathe) ¹

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Definition of Insheathe

1. [v -SHEATHED, -SHEATHING, -SHEATHES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insheathe

insessores
insessorial
insessors
inset
insets
insetted
insetter
insetters
insetting
inseverable
inshaded
inshallah
inshave
inshaves
insheath
insheathe (current term)
insheathed
insheathes
insheathing
insheaths
inshell
inshelled
inshells
inship
inshipped
inships
inshoot
inshore
inshoring
inshrine

Literary usage of Insheathe

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1882)
"... with the exception that a thin plate of bone has been given off inferiorly to insheathe an imperfect tympanic cavity, taking the place, ..."

2. The Fertilisation of Flowers by Hermann Müller (1883)
"A final increase in the length of the tongue over that of the organs which insheathe it is got by making the proximal part of the tongue coil twice round ..."

3. Elementary Palaeontology, Invertebrate by Henry Woods (1896)
"... so as to more or less completely insheathe it. These funnels are termed septal necks (c); in nearly all the Nautiloidea they are directed backwards. ..."

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