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incenter

noun in·cen·ter \ˈin-ˌsen-tər\

Definition of INCENTER

:  the single point in which the three bisectors of the interior angles of a triangle intersect and which is the center of the inscribed circle

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Origin of INCENTER

inscribe + 1center
First Known Use: circa 1890

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