Ingrafted

[ɪnɡɹˈaftɪd], [ɪnɡɹˈaftɪd], [ɪ_n_ɡ_ɹ_ˈa_f_t_ɪ_d]

Definitions of Ingrafted:

  1.   of Ingraft

Usage examples for Ingrafted:

  1. It is the " ingrafted Word" of St James' Epistle. ” – Dialogues on the Supersensual Life by Jacob Behmen
  2. As to that essay of mine published in the first number of Ainsworth's Magazine, August 1842, long before the Patent Aerial Company started their projects, and very much noticed at the time,- Mr. Claude Hamilton ingrafted it in his work on Flying; the Duke of Argyll in a note before me commends this principle of copying nature as the true one; a Signor Ignazio of Milan in 1877 adopted almost exactly my Flying Man,- which was for the lecture enlarged from Cruikshank's etching of my own sketch: an aerial flapping machine, a sort of flying wheelbarrow, was some twenty years ago exhibited at Kensington: whilst in the Daily Telegraph for July 10, 1874, you will find recorded the untimely death of one M. de Groof, the Flying Man, who unhappily perished at Cremorne after a successful flight of 5000 feet. ” – My Life as an Author by Martin Farquhar Tupper
  3. But in the case before us, taken with all its circumstances, we deny that the toil is truly typified as a thorn; so far from being a thorn in Lamb's daily life, on the contrary, it was a second rose ingrafted upon the original rose of the income, that he had to earn it by a moderate but continued exertion. ” – Biographical Essays by Thomas de Quincey
  4. All that they can be said to prove is that an albino soma does not convert ingrafted ova of black race into ova carrying the albino character. ” – Hormones and Heredity by J. T. Cunningham
  5. He found no difficulty in obtaining the hand of the lady, and thus was the foreign family of Columbus ingrafted on one of the proudest races of Spain. ” – The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II) by Washington Irving

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