1. An inward flow or current, as of air.
2. A pulling or drawing inward.


(ˈɪnˌdræft, -ˌdrɑft)

1. an inward flow or current.
2. Archaic. an instance of being drawn in; inward attraction.
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I was positively against that; and looking over the charts of the sea-coast of America with him, we concluded there was no inhabited country for us to have recourse to till we came within the circle of the Caribbee Islands, and therefore resolved to stand away for Barbadoes; which, by keeping off at sea, to avoid the indraft of the Bay or Gulf of Mexico, we might easily perform, as we hoped, in about fifteen days' sail; whereas we could not possibly make our voyage to the coast of Africa without some assistance both to our ship and to ourselves.
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