Definition of Inshrine

1. v. t. See Enshrine.



Definition of Inshrine

1. Verb. (archaic form of enshrine) ¹

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Definition of Inshrine

1. to enshrine [v -SHRINED, -SHRINING, -SHRINES] - See also: enshrine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inshrine

insheath
insheathe
insheathed
insheathes
insheathing
insheaths
inshell
inshelled
inshells
inship
inshipped
inships
inshoot
inshore
inshoring
inshrine (current term)
inshrined
inshrines
inshrining
insiccation
inside
inside(a)
inside-out
inside-out(p)
inside-outness
inside-the-Beltway
inside-the-park homer
inside-the-park homers
inside-the-parker
inside address

Literary usage of Inshrine

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1. A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...by John Walker by John Walker (1806)
"... m-ship'. va To inshrine, în-shrine'. va To shut in a ship, to stop, to embark. .... inshrine ..."

2. The Spectator: With Sketches of the Lives of the Authors, an Index, and by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele (1853)
"For which reason he gives his sons a positive order not to inshrine it in gold or silver, but to lay it in the earth as soon as the life was gone out of it. ..."

3. The Paradise Lost of Milton by John Milton (1858)
"Not Babylon, Nor great Alcairo, such magnificence Equall'd in all their glories, to inshrine Belus or Serapis, their gods; or seat Their kings, ..."

4. The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart by John Milton, John Mitford, Walter Scott (1850)
"Not Babylon, Nor great Alcairo such magnificence Equall'd in all their glories, to inshrine Belus or Serapis their gods, or seat 720 TO* A various ..."

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