Definition of Inwinds

1. inwind [v] - See also: inwind



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inwinds

inwardnesses
inwards
inwash
inwashes
inweave
inweaved
inweaves
inweaving
inwheel
inwick
inwicked
inwicking
inwicks
inwind
inwinding
inwinds (current term)
inwit
inwith
inwits
inwone
inwood
inwork
inworked
inworking
inworks
inworn
inwound
inwove
inwoven
inwrap

Literary usage of Inwinds

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Lessons in Applied Mechanics by James Henry Cotterill, John Henry Slade (1891)
"The 8 in. sheave winds on from the loop supporting W Sir ins., but the 7 in. sheave must also turn once, being fixed to the 8 in., and this inwinds "]ir ins ..."

2. Indogermanische Forschungen by Karl Brugmann, Wilhelm Streitberg, August Leskien (1906)
"... soviel ich sehe, nur got. inwinds c, eigentlich 'schlecht gewunden'. Verf. Etymol. zum geflochtenen Hause S. 6. ..."

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