Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete form of embrace.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • May 15th, 2007 at 2: 23 pm an all-out (metaphorical) enbrace of Fallwell would just serve as a reminder of how hollowed out the Senator really is.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Dilemma

  • But now, after all the accusations of pandering and detachment from reality, an all-out (metaphorical) enbrace of Fallwell would just serve as a reminder of how hollowed out the Senator really is.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Dilemma

  • But I have a problem with him, or anybody else, doing sloppy research and saying things that are not true to prove a point or persuade people to enbrace their ideas.

    Smitherman Spreading More Bad Information

  • To enbrace þi iowis w {i} t {h} breed, it is not dewe;

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Principles and values, the enbrace of which leads to solutions to problems.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • I have used ZFS and it’s the neatest thing since sliced bread. but when a OS cannot open a flash presentation, is so difficult that they need 20 commands to start a process, hence the TEAMS OS unix admins, the general public will not enbrace. .could you imagion Jim in accounting tring to use the command line to run his accounting package?

    What’s Next, Now That The Sun-IBM Merger Is Off

  • Pace says, this we are living in a historic moment in time and enbrace this great opportunity to be a part of history ".

    The Daily News - News

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  • "An obsolete form of embrace." --CD

    April 19, 2011