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- v. To make to understand; to instruct.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To make to understand; to instruct.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of incense.
- To instruct; inform; make to understand.
Aragon his nickname began the concecration it came to me in a flash that this was reminesent of the Jewish temple days when the high priest went alone to the Holy of Holies to offer insense.
I am burning insense, having a carrot with water and contemplating my options for tonight.
You are right insense of information but the way this information is managed has to be changed.
I spent the senior prom at the mall with my bff smoking clove cigarettes, lighting insense cones and setting them out like rafts in the fountains on soda caps.
You can buy small tablets of charcoal for insense burners.
Let me light up some insense - you've got your love beads...anyone else got a tambourine?
My reply is: I walked into City Hall not knowing a thing about any councilmember, beyond Bill Rosendahl, who I was going to see to speak to him about the ban on selling insense and shirts on Venice Boardwalk.
Your heart beats and my thunder prevails from my room of insense and laughter.
But now for a bushel of examples, some of which will surely avail to insense the reader in the purport of this epithet, if my explanation does not:
But as for being a wally, you must insense me into that, for I don't know anything about it.
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