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Inness

[in-is] /ˈɪn ɪs/
noun
1.
George, 1825–94, and his son George, 1854–1926, U.S. painters.

in-ness

[in-nis] /ˈɪn nɪs/
noun, Informal.
1.
the state or quality of being fashionable:
the in-ness of his new wardrobe.
2.
the state or quality of being part of a select or exclusive group:
her in-ness with the literary crowd.
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  • To the very last, Inness's work was changing and developing to fit this theory.

    American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson
  • But even at his best, Wyant's appeal is more limited than Inness's.

    American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson
  • Baker and Inness sat down on the sea-wall behind him to recover from this.

    Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • Inness slipped into it, and not only that, but into his information also.

    Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • Inness, the Professor, Janet, and myself were in a carriage together.

    Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • "We need now only one made by butter, to be complete," said Inness.

    Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • "These Mediterranean sailors are such cowards," said Inness.

    Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • "He feels like it—feels like it day and night," said Baker to Inness, behind me.

    Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • Janet surveyed him; then fell behind and joined Inness and Baker.

    Mentone, Cairo, and Corfu Constance Fenimore Woolson

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