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incher

[ in-cher ]
/ ˈɪn tʃər /
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noun
something that has or is associated with a height or length of an inch or a specified number of inches (often used in combination): The flat-screen televisions are 23-inchers.
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How to use incher in a sentence

  • One of the shells—a five-or six-incher—did not explode, but bounced off the water and came ‘skip-jacking’ along straight for us.

    Sea-Hounds|Lewis R. Freeman
  • You can depress de muzzle of dat twelve-incher, and run 'er back on de trucks.

  • Every five minutes the Turks plumped one six-incher on to the beach.

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