insend

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English insenden, from Old English insendan (to send in, put in), equivalent to in- +‎ send. Cognate with Dutch inzenden (to send in, put in), German einsenden (to send in, submit).

Verb[edit]

insend (third-person singular simple present insends, present participle insending, simple past and past participle insent)

  1. (transitive, rare) To send in.
    • 1807, Samuel Henshall, The first number of the Etymological organic reasoner:
      Not any man soothly insends, setteth, (doeth) cloth of neat's felt, new fleece, and foot cloth, [...]