Inburnt

In´burnt`


a.1.Burnt in; ineffaceable.
Her inburnt, shamefaced thoughts.
- P. Fletcher.
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modern world with an inburnt knowledge of human limitations and with a
"We have gone into the modern world," O'Connor writes in one of her essays on Southern literature, "with an inburnt knowledge of human limitations and with a sense of mystery which could not have developed in our first state of innocence--as it has not sufficiently developed in the rest of our country" (847).
(5) Richard Weaver 58; and Flannery O'Connor's statement that the Southerner's experience with the War and Reconstruction have "inburnt" this sense of limitations.
We have gone into the modern world with an inburnt knowledge of human limitations and with a sense of mystery which could not have developed in our first state of innocence--as it has not sufficiently developed in the rest of our country.