Definition of Embogued

1. Verb. (past of embogue) ¹



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Definition of Embogued

1. embogue [v] - See also: embogue

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embogued

emblossom
embodiable
embodied
embodier
embodiers
embodies
embodiment
embodiments
embody
embodying
embog
embogged
embogging
embogs
embogue
embogued (current term)
embogues
emboguing
emboil
emboiled
emboiling
emboils
emboitement
embola
embolaemia
embolalia
embolden
emboldened
emboldener
emboldeners

Literary usage of Embogued

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1. America Revisited: From the Bay of New York to the Gulf of Mexico, and from by George Augustus Sala (1886)
"... walls settled altogether, until the Tombs and all the rogues within it had been comfortably embogued in the swampy bosom of the bygone Collect pond. ..."

2. From Waterloo to the Peninsula: Four Months' Hard Labor in Belgium, Holland by George Augustus Sala (1867)
"... is at present embogued; but it must not be forgotten that education and civilization will create new wants or revive old ones; and that to satisfy those ..."

3. Monthly Consular and Trade Reports by United States Bureau of Manufactures (1889)
"The new opening was made, which, of course, rapidly enlarged, pouring forth a deluge of •waters, which, trending southward, embogued in the Yang-tse River ..."

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