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Definition of "inned" [inned]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of inn. (verb)

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Use "inned" in a sentence
  • "In 1622 Sir Henry Appleton, the owner of the marsh, agreed to give one-third of it to Joas Croppenburg, a Dutchman skilled in the making of dikes, if he "inned" the marsh."
  • "Deputies were initially unable to handcuff Gonzales, but finally subdued him with two shocks from a stun gun as they p;inned him on the judge's conference table, the Sun-Sentinel reports."
  • "Aprill, till the time that new corne was inned: and what prouision soeuer was laid vp in garners, cellers and storehouses, for the kings necessarie vses, he caused the same to be imploied towards the reléefe of religious houses, and poore people."
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