Definition of Embrute

1. v. t. To brutify; to imbrute.



Definition of Embrute

1. Verb. (alternative form of imbrute) ¹

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Definition of Embrute

1. to imbrute [v -BRUTED, -BRUTING, -BRUTES] - See also: imbrute

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embrute

embroilments
embroils
embronze
embronzed
embronzes
embronzing
embrothel
embrown
embrowned
embrowning
embrowns
embrue
embrued
embrues
embruing
embrute (current term)
embruted
embrutes
embruting
embryatrics
embryo
embryo-
embryo resorption
embryo sac
embryo technology
embryo transfer
embryoblast
embryocardia
embryogeneses
embryogenesis

Literary usage of Embrute

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1821)
"... embrute.) To charm themselves and plague the neighbourhood ; Perform sweet melody with force endued, 88. Such as the poet of the sweet Queen's own, ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1826)
"... over the intellectual, until his personal appearance had sympathized with his pursuits: it was evident that his soul had begun to embody and embrute. ..."

3. Author's & Printer's Dictionary: A Guide for Authors by Frederick Howard Collins (1912)
"... «seim-*. embrute, use im- *. embryo*, pi. -s. embue, use im- *. EMDP, electromotive difference of potential. emend*, to remove errors. emerald (typ. ..."

4. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1871)
"... knowledge and wisdom shall be the stability of our times ; " the power of strong drink to enslave and embrute our people will be broken ; the scoffs and ..."

5. The Complete Works of Henry George by Henry George (1892)
"... condemn to ignorance minds that might enlighten and bless mankind Î debase and embrute great masses of men and women? rob little children of the grace ..."

6. A Perplexed Philosopher: Being an Examination of Mr. Herbert Spencer's by Henry George (1892)
"... enlighten and bless mankind? debase and embrute great masses of men and women? rob little children of the grace and sweetness and glory of life, ..."

7. Advocate of Peace by American Peace Society (1857)
"... which cannot fail to degrade and embrute their natures they are made to p iss through a process of demoralization which it is appalling to contemplate, ..."

8. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"... Drown and embrute the particle divine ? How must they wish, with many a sigh, unheard The warmest pray'r they once to Heav'n prefer'd ! ..."

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