Definition of Ensear

1. v. t. To sear; to dry up.



Definition of Ensear

1. Verb. (obsolete transitive) To sear; to dry up. ¹

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Definition of Ensear

1. to dry up [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ensear

ensconced
ensconces
ensconcing
enscroll
enscrolled
enscrolling
enscrolls
enseal
ensealed
ensealing
enseals
enseam
enseamed
enseaming
enseams
ensear (current term)
ensearch
ensearched
ensearches
ensearching
enseared
ensearing
ensears
enseel
enseeled
enseeling
enseels
enseint
ensellure
ensellures

Literary usage of Ensear

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1. The Plays of William Shakspeare: Accurately Printed from the Text of the by William Shakespeare, George Steevens (1811)
"ensear thy fertile and ... ensear thy womb ; but if thou wilt continue to produce them, at least cease to pamper them : dry up thy marrows, on which they ..."

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