One of a series of recurring occasions, cases, essentially the same. (noun)
A dungeon or other area that is duplicated for each player, or each party of players, that enters it, so that each player or party has a private copy of the area, isolated from other players. (noun)
An individual copy of such a dungeon or other area. (noun)
To mention as a case or example; to refer to; to cite; as, to instance a fact. (verb)
To cite an example as proof; to exemplify. (verb)
Examples of word instance
Twitter:: Base. new (httpauth) end def self. instance return @@instance end end
The $instance value is derived from user input when the script is first called. databases: The collection of databases available on the instance specified in
$instance: The SQL Server instance on the server specified in $server.
The truth is that "clean energy" in this instance is code for "clean coal" an oxymoron if there ever was one, gas and nuclear power.
Daley's not even as entertaining as his father, Richard J. Daley, whose speech impediments churned out some of the most memorable malapropisms in American history: "He's a man of great statue" and "The policeman isn't here to create disorder, he's here to preserve dis order" (dis in the second instance is Chicagoese for "this".)