Definition of Imbodied
1. Verb. (past of imbody) ¹
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Definition of Imbodied
1. imbody [v] - See also: imbody
Lexicographical Neighbors of Imbodied
Literary usage of Imbodied
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memoirs of Andrew Jackson: Late Major General and Commander in Chief of the by John Henry Eaton, Jerome Van Crowninshield Smith (1834)
"Learns the savages are imbodied.—-Seeks to form a junction with the East Tennessee division.—Detaches General Coffee across the Coosa. ..."
2. Lectures on Christian Theology by Georg Christian Knapp, Leonard Woods (1850)
"And even this small portion of spiritual truth needed to be imbodied,as far as possible, in sensible representations, before it could gain access to the ..."
3. Inquiries Concerning the Intellectual Powers: And the Investigation of Truth by John Abercrombie (1834)
"... those in which a strong propensity of character, or a strong mental emotion is imbodied into a dream, and by some natural coincidence, is fulfilled. ..."
4. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"I by vow am *o imbodied yours, That she which marries you must marry me. ... Never since created man Met such imbodied force, a« named with these, ..."
5. A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...by Samuel Johnson by Samuel Johnson (1805)
"Never since created man Met such imbodied force as, nam'd with these, Could merit more than thut small infantry Warr'd on by cranes. Milton s Paradise Lojt. ..."
6. The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut [1636-1776] by Connecticut, Connecticut General Assembly, James Hammond Trumbull, Charles Jeremy Hoadly, Council of Safety (Conn.). (1874)
"proprietors inhabitants of said township of Canaan be erected, constituted, made and imbodied, and they, with other inhabitants thereof, are hereby erected, ..."
7. Report on American Manuscripts in the Royal Institution of Great Britain by William Howe Howe, Henry Clinton, Royal Institution of Great Britain, Guy Carleton Dorchester (1906)
"There has been no instance in America (within my knowledge) of a company of militia being kept imbodied for five years. But granting it to be the case, ..."