Definition of insession
: the act of sitting in a bath; also : sitz bath
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Origin and Etymology of insession
Late Latin insession-, insessio, literally, act of sitting in, act of sitting down, from Latin insessus (past participle of insidēre to sit in, sit on, from in- 2in- + sedēre to sit) + -ion-, -io -ion — more at sit
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