Definition of Empaire

1. to become worse [v EMPAIRED, EMPAIRING, EMPAIRES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Empaire

emotively
emotiveness
emotivism
emotivisms
emotivities
emotivity
emotronic
emove
emoved
emoves
emoving
emp
empacket
empackets
empair
empaire (current term)
empaired
empaires
empairing
empairment
empairs
empaistic
empale
empaled
empalement
empaler
empalers
empales
empaling
empanada

Literary usage of Empaire

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bilateral Tax Treaties and Protocol: Estonia, Latvia, Venezuela, Denmark edited by Chuck Hagel (1999)
"CHAIRMAN: On behalf of d'empaire Reyna Bermúdez & Asociados, a law firm in Caracas, Venezuela which renders services to a number of multinational ..."

2. Strictures on Mr. Collier's New Edition of Shakespeare, 1858 by Alexander Dyce (1859)
"Blow, blow, sweet windes, 0 blow away Al vapours from the fined ayre ; That to this golden head no ray May languish with the least empaire. ..."

3. Catechisms of the Second Reformation: With Historical Introduction and by Alexander Ferrier Mitchell (1886)
"... anie thing that may hinder or empaire the outward estate of our selues or others. ... empaire their ownt estates f A. By 'idle and inordinate liuing, ..."

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