Nobody knew what Ind was, any longer, but it was a synonym for fabulous and uncountable riches.
From Ind to Ind of the land, the downtrodden serfs of Ireland are rising in their millions.
Thin I heard the stampin' av feet at the Ind av the play, an' I ran in to let down the curtain.
Things wurrk out in the Ind, if we do be doin' the bist we know how.
An' it's a maxim that whin the Ind is salvatory, the manes are justified.
Mr. Coope was born in 1814, and was a partner in the firm of Ind, Coope, and Co.
The suffix -Ind- is used to form words expressing worthy of, deserving of, that which is Indicated in the root.
I know which Ind of the egg the chicken'll be after chippin'—every time.
Mulvaney's cot is near the Ind door, an' the shmokin' rifle will be lyin' undher him whin we've knocked him over.
Words about it we had, and the Ind of it was he put it all into me brother Ned's little farm.