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inscape ‎(plural inscapes)

  1. A landscape of an indoor setting.
    • 1957, J. D. Salinger, "Zooey", in, 1961, Franny and Zooey, 1991 LB Books edition, page 119,
      There was a Steinway grand piano (invariably kept open), three radios..., and an assortment of floor lamps, table lamps, and "bridge" lamps that sprang up all over the congested inscape like sumac.
  2. The distinctive design that constitutes individual identity; a concept derived by Gerard Manley Hopkins from the ideas of the medieval philosopher Duns Scotus.

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