in·​arch | \ ə̇n+\

Definition of inarch

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: to form an approach graft of or with successfully inarched water sprouts to bridge rabbit damage on the apple trees


in·​arch | \ ˈin+ˌ-\
plural -es

Definition of inarch (Entry 2 of 2)

: approach graft also : the plant resulting from a successful approach graft

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History and Etymology for inarch

Transitive verb

in entry 2 + arch

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a strong desire or propensity

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