Definition of Enwombs
1. enwomb [v] - See also: enwomb
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Literary usage of Enwombs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Complete Poems of John Donne by John Donne, Alexander Balloch Grosart (1872)
"... Not to beo lost, but by the maker's hand Repolish'd without errour then to stand, 40 Or, as the Affrique Niger streams enwombs It selfe into the earth, ..."
2. Ireland : Its Evils and Their Remedies: Being a Refutation of the Errors of by Michael Thomas Sadler (1829)
"... a doctrine which, however fair in front, like Milton's Sin, enwombs a brood of consequences which are too loathsome to be described. ..."
3. The Bibelot: A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, Chosen in Part by Thomas Bird Mosher, John Keats (1899)
"... that enwombs the world — Venus, the life-bringer and quickener of things that breathe,— and could, in this matter, touch hearts with the wise. ..."
4. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"Oras the Afric Niger stream enwombs Itself into the earth, and after comes, Having first made a natural bridge to разя, For many leagues, far greater than ..."