Definition of Engraced
1. engrace [v] - See also: engrace
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Engraced
Literary usage of Engraced
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memoirs of the Duke of Sully, Prime Minister to Henry the Greatby Maximilien de Béthune Sully, Walter Scott by Maximilien de Béthune Sully, Walter Scott (1856)
"... with a Consulting Index. . ; or, with the maps coloured, Atlas. 24 Maps, beautifully engraced on is.ed. ... Translated Clayton, engraced by ..."
2. First Letter to the Very Rev. J. H. Newman, D.D.: In Explanation, Chiefly in by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1869)
"... and giving birth to Him, and, out of all creation, having become the mother of God. Wherefore I say to thee, ' Hail, engraced one,' since thou hast been ..."
3. Catalogue of the Library at Abbotsford by Walter Scott (1838)
"1828 Skelton's (Joseph) engraced Illustrations of Ancient Arms and Armour, from the Collection of L. Meyrick, Esq. after the Drawings and with the ..."
4. Outlines of prophetic truth by Robert Brown (1890)
"... union with Him in that Covenant, whereby they are " engraced in the Beloved,"1 are blessed with the very blessing, wherewith He Himself was blessed. ..."
5. Elizabethan Critical Essays by George Gregory Smith (1904)
"... S were infinitely to blame, if they should not also for curious imitation propose vnto themselues such faire Types of refined and engraced Eloquence. ..."