Definition of Insphering

1. Verb. (present participle of insphere) ¹



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Definition of Insphering

1. insphere [v] - See also: insphere

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insphering

inspectors
inspectorship
inspectorships
inspectour
inspectress
inspectresses
inspects
inspersion
inspersions
inspeximus
inspeximuses
inspexion
insphere
insphered
inspheres
insphering (current term)
inspirable
inspiral
inspiraling
inspiralling
inspirals
inspiration
inspirational
inspirationally
inspirationist
inspirationists
inspirations
inspirator
inspirators
inspiratory

Literary usage of Insphering

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1896)
"... and abundance of creative life; but at every remove its reflex is nearness, a bond of attraction, insphering and curving, making orb and orbit. ..."

2. The Andover Review (1892)
"So that he shall be a divine man, God insphering himself in human nature, a God-man, the incarnation of God. It does not appear that in this statement we in ..."

3. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1913)
"to make such a soul, Such a body, and then such an earth for insphering the whole? And doth it not enter my mind (as my warm tears attest), ..."

4. The Bible in Browning: With Particular Reference to The Ring and the Book by Minnie Gresham Machen (1903)
"... the marvellous dower Of the life he was gifted and filled with ? to make such a soul, Such a body, and then such an earth for insphering the whole ? ..."

5. A Treasury of Helpful Verse by Annie Hathaway Horton Chadwick, John White Chadwick (1896)
"... the marvellous dower Of the life he was gifted and filled with? to make such a soul, Such a body, and then such an earth for insphering the whole ? ..."

6. The Greek Philosophers by Alfred William Benn (1882)
"... of means to ends which imitates the insphering of the heavenly orbs, the hierarchy of psychic faculties, and the chain of syllogistic arguments. ..."

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