from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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- noun an inflow
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In the evening inpour of young men and women came Aileen and
And as the crowd, because of the general inpour into it from various streets, thickened at Central
Furtig tensed, ready to face the inpour when the weight of those outside would break through.
In the evening inpour of young men and women came Aileen and Norah, the former throwing off a thin net veil of black lace and a dolman of black silk, which her brother Owen took from her.
True enough when they examined the spot, during a lull in the inpour of waves, they discovered only a couple of water-soaked bits of fudge, fast melting away.
In spring and summer and autumn the rooms were delightful, with their old - fashioned solid furniture, their subdued colors and tints, their elaborate arrangements for regulating the inpour of light.
The deluge of water that poured down through the fore-scuttle was sufficient in volume to actually wash several of the men out of their bunks; and the instant that the inpour ceased, all hands with one accord sprang for the opening, fighting together like savage beasts in their anxiety to reach the deck.