Definition of Imbathed

1. Verb. (past of imbathe) ¹



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Definition of Imbathed

1. imbathe [v] - See also: imbathe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imbathed

imbarned
imbarning
imbarns
imbarred
imbarring
imbars
imbase
imbased
imbases
imbasing
imbastardize
imbat
imbathe
imbathed (current term)
imbathes
imbathing
imbauba
imbay
imbayed
imbaying
imbays
imbecile
imbeciles
imbecilic
imbecilically
imbecilitate
imbecilitated
imbecilitates

Literary usage of Imbathed

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1. Resolves, divine, moral, political by Owen Felltham (1840)
"... and all those voluptuous merriments, wherein, in his life-time, he imbathed himself, now seem as a day that is past, whose sun declined at noon. ..."

2. Poems of Places by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1876)
"... where along the bending line of shore Such hue is thrown as when the peacock's neck Assumes its proudest tint of amethyst, imbathed in emerald glory. ..."

3. Heads of the People: Or, Portraits of the English by Joseph Kenny Meadows (1878)
"There, oh, thou archer god 1 Those goddesses imbathed thee in fair streams With chaste and pure immersion; swathing thec With new-wove mantle, white, ..."

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