Definition of Empairing

1. Verb. (present participle of empair) ¹



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Definition of Empairing

1. empaire [v] - See also: empaire

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Empairing

emotivisms
emotivities
emotivity
emotronic
emove
emoved
emoves
emoving
emp
empacket
empackets
empair
empaire
empaired
empaires
empairing (current term)
empairment
empairs
empaistic
empale
empaled
empalement
empaler
empalers
empales
empaling
empanada
empanadas
empanadilla
empanadillas

Literary usage of Empairing

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1. Positions by Richard Mulcaster, Robert Hebert Quick (1888)
"... and traine, as nature her selfe could I neuer attaine vnto, though she furthered the feat, and got ! her selfe the worst, both by empairing of health, ..."

2. The Court of King James the First by Godfrey Goodman (1839)
"try; our means, by the most reasonable counsels and uttermost endeavors to labor the advancement of your royal estate and the -empairing of your enemies' ..."

3. Records of the Reformation: The Divorce 1527-1533. Mostly Now for the First by Nicholas Pocock (1870)
"... arrogancy, and pride to the high 'and singular impeachment and empairing of her honour and estimation for ever. And for fine and conclusion herein, ..."

4. Extracts from the Records of the Company of Hostmen of Newcastle-upon-Tyne by Frederick Walter Dendy (1901)
"EXTRACTS FROM THE RECORDS Relating to the dispute between Newcastle and the City of London. {Circa. 1595.] CAUSES OF ENHANCING THE PRICE AND empairing THE ..."

5. Literary and Philosophical Essays: French, German and Italian by Michel de Montaigne, Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve, Ernest Renan, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Friedrich Schiller, Immanuel Kant, Giuseppe Mazzini (1910)
"Consider we by the ordinary mutations, and daily declinations which we suffer, how Nature deprives us of the sight of our losse and empairing; what hath an ..."

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