Definition of Embailing
1. embail [v] - See also: embail
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embailing
Literary usage of Embailing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series by Great Britain Public Record Office, William Noel Sainsbury, John William Fortescue, Public Record Office (1892)
"... need shall require, and for embailing every day a little will be sufficient. 1 p. [0. G., Vol. XIV., No. 1453. ..."
2. Nash's Lenten Stuff: Containing, the Description and First Procreation and by Thomas Nash (1871)
"... so embailing and girdling in this mount, twenty feet and six inches. Gates (to let in her friends, and shut out her enemies), Yarmouth hath ten, ..."