Definition of Imbrast
1. embrace [v] - See also: embrace
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imbrast
Literary usage of Imbrast
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1844)
"... imbrast her, kist her, and pointed to the bed, whether the angell went after he had laid apart his ..."
2. Elizabethan Critical Essays by George Gregory Smith (1904)
"Thy Hexameter Verses, or thy hue and cry after a person as chare as Christall, I do not so deeply commend, 10 for al Maister Spencer long since imbrast it ..."
3. Mirror for magistrates: in five parts by William Baldwin, Richard Niccols, John Higgins (1815)
"W ith that, my Sabrine's slender armes imbrast Me round, and would not let me so depart. " Let me (quoth shee) for her the waters tast, Or let vs both ..."
4. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"... shal stand upon Lo! here he lies that hated vice, and vertuous life imbrast, [be well plast. His name in earth, his sprite aboue, ..."
5. The Works of John Marston by John Marston (1856)
"... about his neck her armes to cast, He threw of sword and hartes malignant streame, And lovely her below the loynes imbrast. Adew, Madam Maquerelle. ..."