Inhesion In*he"sion, n. [L. inhaesio. See {Inhere}.] The state of existing, of being inherent, in something; inherence. --A. Baxter. [1913 Webster]

Constant inhesion and habitual abode. --South. [1913 Webster]

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  • inhesion — [in hē′zhən] n. [LL inhaesio < pp. of L inhaerere: see INHERE] Rare INHERENCE …   English World dictionary

  • inhesion — /in hee zheuhn/, n. the state or fact of inhering; inherence. [1625 35; < LL inhaesion (s. of inhaesio), equiv. to L inhaes(us) ptp. of inhaerere to INHERE + ion ION] * * * …   Universalium

  • inhesion — noun inherence (act of inhering) …   Wiktionary

  • inhesion — in·he·sion …   English syllables

  • inhesion — /ɪnˈhiʒən / (say in heezhuhn) noun the state or fact of inhering; inherence. {Late Latin inhaesio stick fast, cling} …   Australian English dictionary

  • inhesion — n. formal the act or fact of inhering. Etymology: LL inhaesio (as INHERE) …   Useful english dictionary

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