Definition of Embread

1. v. t. To braid.



Definition of Embread

1. embraid [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: embraid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embread

embrangle
embrangled
embranglement
embranglements
embrangles
embrangling
embrasor
embrasors
embrasure
embrasures
embrave
embraved
embraves
embraving
embrazure
embread (current term)
embreaded
embreads
embreathement
embrew
embrewed
embrewing
embrews
embreyite
embrighten
embrightened
embrightening
embrightens
embrine
embrittle

Literary usage of Embread

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1. The Works of the English Reformers: William Tyndale and John Frith by William Tyndale, John Frith, Thomas Russell (1831)
"... I think that we shall also be saved if we eat him spiri- The spi- tually, as he did, although we never believe that the f"tual embread is his body. ..."

2. Dictionnaire des idiomes romanes du midi de la France: comprenant les by Gabriel Azaïs (1877)
"... va Aiguiser on сви- teau pour en faire disparaître les brèches.— ETY., des, préf., et embread. ..."

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