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Intromission

noun
1.
The act of putting one thing into another.  Synonyms: insertion, introduction.






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"Intromission" Quotes from Famous Books



... frigiverous winds, reverberating from hills, and other ill-situate eminencies, pressing down the incumbent particles so tainted, or convey'd through the inclosed valleys: But such as may gently enter and pervade the cenabs and vessels destin'd and appointed for their reception, intromission, respiration, and passage, in almost continual motion: In a word, such as is most agreeable to the life of man, the inverted head compared to the root, both vegetables and animals alike affected with those necessary principles, air and water, soon suffocated and perishable for ...
— Sylva, Vol. 1 (of 2) - Or A Discourse of Forest Trees • John Evelyn



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