[ inch-meel ]
/ ˈɪntʃ mil /
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British Dictionary definitions for inchmeal
/ (ˈɪntʃˌmiːl) /
gradually; inch by inch or little by little
Word Origin for inchmeal
C16: from inch 1 + -mele, from Old English mælum quantity taken at one time; compare piecemeal
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