(In*cage") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Incaged ; p. pr. & vb. n. Incaging ] [Cf. Encage.] To confine
in, or as in, a cage; to coop up. [Written also encage.] "Incaged birds." Shak.
(In*cage"ment) n. Confinement in, or as in, cage. [Obs.] Shelton.
(In*cal`cu*la*bil"i*ty) n. The quality or state of being incalculable.
(In*cal"cu*la*ble) a. [Pref. in- not + calculable: cf. F. incalculable.] Not capable of being
calculated; beyond calculation; very great. In*cal"cu*la*ble*ness, n. In*cal"cu*la*bly, adv.
(In`ca*les"cence) n. The state of being incalescent, or of growing warm. Sir T. Browne.
(In`ca*les"cen*cy) n. Incalescence. Ray.
(In`ca*les"cent) a. [L. incalescens, -entis, p. pr. of incalescere to grow hot. See 1st In-,
and Calescence.] Growing warm; increasing in heat.
(In*cam`er*a"tion) n. [Pref. in- in + L. camera chamber, LL., also, jurisdiction: cf. F.
incamération, It. incamerazione.] (R. C. Ch.) The act or process of uniting lands, rights, or revenues,
to the ecclesiastical chamber, i. e., to the pope's domain.
(In"can) a. Of or pertaining to the Incas.
(In`can*des"cence) n. [Cf. F. incandescence.] A white heat, or the glowing or luminous
whiteness of a body caused by intense heat.
(In`can*des"cent) a. [L. incandecens, -entis, p. pr. of incandescere to become warm or
hot; pref. in- in + candescere to become of a glittering whiteness, to become red hot, incho. fr. candere
to be of a glittering whiteness: cf. F. incandescent. See Candle.] White, glowing, or luminous, with
intense heat; as, incandescent carbon or platinum; hence, clear; shining; brilliant.
Holy Scripture become resplendent; or, as one might say, incandescent throughout.I. Taylor. Incandescent lamp or light (Elec.), a kind of lamp in which the light is produced by a thin filament of
conducting material, usually carbon, contained in a vacuum, and heated to incandescence by an electric
current, as in the Edison lamp; called also incandescence lamp, and glowlamp.
(In`ca*nes"cent) a. [L. incanescens, p. pr. incanescere to become gray.] Becoming
hoary or gray; canescent.