inarch

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inarch

(ɪnˈɑːtʃ)
vb
(Horticulture) (tr) to graft (a plant) by uniting stock and scion while both are still growing independently

in•arch

(ɪnˈɑrtʃ)
v.t.
to graft by uniting a growing branch to a stock without separating the branch from its parent stock.
[1620–30; in-2 + arch1]

inarch


Past participle: inarched
Gerund: inarching

Imperative
inarch
inarch
Present
I inarch
you inarch
he/she/it inarches
we inarch
you inarch
they inarch
Preterite
I inarched
you inarched
he/she/it inarched
we inarched
you inarched
they inarched
Present Continuous
I am inarching
you are inarching
he/she/it is inarching
we are inarching
you are inarching
they are inarching
Present Perfect
I have inarched
you have inarched
he/she/it has inarched
we have inarched
you have inarched
they have inarched
Past Continuous
I was inarching
you were inarching
he/she/it was inarching
we were inarching
you were inarching
they were inarching
Past Perfect
I had inarched
you had inarched
he/she/it had inarched
we had inarched
you had inarched
they had inarched
Future
I will inarch
you will inarch
he/she/it will inarch
we will inarch
you will inarch
they will inarch
Future Perfect
I will have inarched
you will have inarched
he/she/it will have inarched
we will have inarched
you will have inarched
they will have inarched
Future Continuous
I will be inarching
you will be inarching
he/she/it will be inarching
we will be inarching
you will be inarching
they will be inarching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been inarching
you have been inarching
he/she/it has been inarching
we have been inarching
you have been inarching
they have been inarching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been inarching
you will have been inarching
he/she/it will have been inarching
we will have been inarching
you will have been inarching
they will have been inarching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been inarching
you had been inarching
he/she/it had been inarching
we had been inarching
you had been inarching
they had been inarching
Conditional
I would inarch
you would inarch
he/she/it would inarch
we would inarch
you would inarch
they would inarch
Past Conditional
I would have inarched
you would have inarched
he/she/it would have inarched
we would have inarched
you would have inarched
they would have inarched
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These new cultural values, Vernon argues, motivated political activists horn unemployed workers to suffragettes and Irish and Indian nationalists to resort to hunger strikes and hunger inarches, using self-induced hunger to claim moral superiority and embarrass the government into action.