Definition of Imbrowned

1. Verb. (past of imbrown) ¹



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Definition of Imbrowned

1. imbrown [v] - See also: imbrown

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imbrowned

imbricated
imbricates
imbricating
imbrication
imbrication lines of von Ebner
imbrications
imbricative
imbrices
imbring
imbrocado
imbrocadoes
imbroglii
imbroglio
imbroglios
imbrown
imbrowned (current term)
imbrowning
imbrowns
imbrue
imbrued
imbruement
imbruements
imbrues
imbruing
imbrute
imbruted
imbrutement
imbrutes
imbruting
imbue

Literary usage of Imbrowned

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1. Curiosities of Literature by Isaac Disraeli (1823)
"It has been observed by Thyer, that Milton borrowed the expression imbrowned, and Brown, which he applies to the evening shade, from the Italian. ..."

2. Curiosities of Literature by Isaac Disraeli (1858)
"It has been observed by Thyer, that Milton borrowed the expression imbrowned and brown, which he applies to the evening shade, from the Italian. ..."

3. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1906)
"... heart-leaf flowers, etc.; on the other the Salix Purshiana, full-foliaged, but apparently already slightly crisped and imbrowned or yellowed with heat, ..."

4. Fourth Reader: For Common Schools and Academies by Henry Mandeville (1856)
"He was imbrowned with labor; his clothes from head to foot, were a tissue of darns and 17 patches. " My wife looks worse than I do. ..."

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