Incircumscription
Incircumscription In*cir`cum*scrip"tion, n. Condition or quality of being incircumscriptible or limitless. --Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster]

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  • incircumscription — |in+ noun Etymology: Late Latin incircumscription , incircumscriptio, from incircumscriptus not circumscribed (from Latin circumscribe) + Latin ion , io ion more at circumscribe archaic : the quality or state of being free from bounds or limits …   Useful english dictionary

  • incircumscription — in·circumscription …   English syllables

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