Definition of Embaces
1. embace [v] - See also: embace
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Literary usage of Embaces
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1. The Monthly Magazine by Richard Phillips (1796)
"... tortured in all their 1'rr.bi by your embaces !" fnf Fury, Fury, there; Tyrant, there; ..."
2. The Life of Gen. Frank. Pierce, of New Hampshire: The Democratic Candidate by David W. Bartlett (1852)
"This period embaces the whole of Mr. Van Buren's administration and the first year of that of Gen. Harrison and Mr. Tyler. He had previously served as a ..."
3. Consular Cases and Opinions, from the Decisions of the English and American by Ellery Cory Stowell (1909)
"taken as a repeal by implication, unless it is plainly repugnant to the former, or unless it fully embaces the whole subject-matter. (God- dard v. ..."
4. The American Monthly Magazine by Daughters of the American Revolution (1898)
"... of this old revolutionary warrior, embaces the gifts of both author and artist, and is in every way a fit ..."
5. Comparative Vocabularies of the Indian Tribes of British Columbia: With a by Geological Survey of Canada, William Fraser Tolmie, George Mercer Dawson (1884)
"The map accompanying this publication embaces a large amount of information respecting the distribution of the various tribes, covering an area west of the ..."
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