Inust In*ust", a. [L. inurere, inustum, to burn in; pref. in- in + urere to burn.] Burnt in. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • inust — /in ustˈ/ (obsolete) adjective Burned in ORIGIN: L inūrere, inūstum; see ↑inure2 • • • inustion /in usˈchən/ noun 1. Burning in 2. Cauterization …   Useful english dictionary

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