Definition of Encalmed
1. encalm [v] - See also: encalm
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encalmed
Literary usage of Encalmed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lure of the Camera by Charles Sumner Olcott (1914)
"... encalmed in the deep bosom of the lake, there's not a foot of pasture, not a shelf of vineyard, not a slope of forest, where the spring is not at work, ..."
2. The Life, Journals, and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F.R.S by Samuel Pepys, John Smith (1841)
"... checked the derision of some, and encalmed the violence of others, the first point being clearly gained, that she could bear the sea. ..."
3. By the Atlantic: Later Poems by Ira Damon Van Duzee (1892)
"... There lifted and encalmed, the world below In deep confusion tangled sinks from sight; And his freed soul evolves white wings, as broad As his horizon ..."