from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A word found only in the place cited, and undoubtedly a printer's error. Most modern editions have “infinite cunning” in place of the old “infuite comming.”
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When your suit stopped broadcasting, we calculated it was probably trying to conserve its power, use its reserves on insuit medical.
But mark this, O Hair-Face: it was an insuit, not to Niblack the feast-giver, but to the man chiefest of rank who sat among those of the circle.
"The infringement by Apple of the patents-insuit has injured St. Clair and will cause St. Clair added irreparable injury and damage in the future unless Apple is enjoined from the infringing patents-in-suit," the complaint states.