Definition for inness (2 of 2)
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Charlene, seated in court beside her daughter Inness, stared grimly ahead.
Where is the inspired camera that will record something of what Inness beheld?The Art Of The Moving Picture|Vachel Lindsay
"He feels like it—feels like it day and night," said Baker to Inness, behind me.
She held up a small Russia leather affair legibly marked with Mrs. Inness' initials.The Burglar and the Blizzard|Alice Duer Miller
Inness: "I should think more of the groves if I did not know that they were fertilized with woollen rags, old boots, and bones."
The fragment of old roadway near it was introduced by Inness as "the Julia Augusta, lifting up its head again."