- See intrinsic and intense. (Wiktionary)
“Which are too intrinse t unloose; smooth every passion”
“And sometimes, not having the fear of poetical, or rather of unpoetical precisians and martinets before his eyes, he did not even scruple to naturalize words for his own use from foreign springs, such as exsufflicate and deracinate; or to coin a word, whenever the concurring reasons of sense and verse invited it; as in fedary, intrinse, intrinsicate, insisture, and various others.”
“Which are too intrinse t 'unloose; smooth every passion”
“Which are too intrinse t’ unloose; smooth every passion”
“too intrinse t'unloose," has quite outlived the memories of his countrymen.”
“Con - tra vero si executio medij sit actio externa nullum respiciens intrinse - cum fineni, sed indiiFerens, ut ex hoc, aliove fine ponatur) ad diver - sas virtutes revocari potest pro diversitate finium) quos sibi voluntas in electione praefigat.”
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