The Collaborative International Dictionary
Inust \In*ust"\, a. [L. inurere, inustum, to burn in; pref. in- in + urere to burn.] Burnt in. [Obs.]
a. (context obsolete English) burnt in
Usage examples of "inust".
I got banged around a lot, swinging like a clapper in a bell, but I caught on to another web strap - it inust have been one of the ones for storage - and pulled on toward where the chutes had been, and the hatch was.