Definition of Immantle

1. v. t. See Emmantle.



Definition of Immantle

1. Verb. To cover; to mantle. ¹

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Definition of Immantle

1. to cloak in a mantle [v IMMANTLED, IMMANTLING, IMMANTLES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immantle

immanentises
immanentising
immanentism
immanentisms
immanentist
immanentistic
immanentists
immanentize
immanentized
immanentizes
immanentizing
immanently
immanifest
immanities
immanity
immantle (current term)
immantled
immantles
immantling
immarcescible
immarginate
immartial
immask
immasked
immasking
immasks
immatchable
immaterial
immaterialise
immaterialism

Literary usage of Immantle

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1. Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of Time, to by William Fordyce Mavor (1804)
"The mountains roar, and again the waves, foaming with rage, immantle. 4he unvanquished waters in white. ..."

2. An Alphabetical List of English Words Occurring in the Literature of the by Philological Society (Great Britain), Philological Society (Great Britain (1861)
"... immantle, va T Immaterial, adj. W Immaturity, sb. W Immeasurably, adv. Tra, Stowe Immediate, adj. Froude Immediately, adv. W Immensity, sb. ..."

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