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  • n. Plural form of incircle.

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Examples

  • The dog ends up in a horned pack of bas-relief dogs scurrying about incircles.

    Boiling the Dog's Head

  • The quiet of the deserted building incircled the little, glowing room as the velvet incircles the jewel in its case.

    Uncanny Tales

  • North America the first 5 miles of our rout laid through a beatifull high leavel and fertile prarie which incircles the town of St. Louis from N.W. to S.E. the lands through which we then passed are somewhat broken less fertile the plains and woodlands are here indiscriminately interspersed untill you arrive within three miles of the vilage when the woodland commences and continues to the Missouri the latter is extreemly fertile.

    Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806

  • I don't have to deal very much with other egos or anything; no explaining and going incircles - I just get to play instruments and get on with it.

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

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