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Definition of "ingeminating" [ingeminating]

  • Present participle of ingeminate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ingeminating" in a sentence
  • "Under this head the House of Commons -- Mr. Dillon ingeminating dissent -- decided in so far as landlords and tenants were concerned, two things: (1) It was agreed that where the tenant-purchaser's instalment, after purchase, was substantially less than his statutory rent revised at great cost -- £140,000 a year for Land Courts -- then, in those cases the"
  • "Every one is talking just now about the desirability of ingeminating peace and averting war."
  • "About it hung galaxies and constellations, outshining the firmament of stars; and all the air was full of strange voices, more than human, ingeminating"