from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To enclose or confine in (or as if in) a park
- v. To enclose, or fence in land to make a park
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To inclose for a park; to sever from a common; hence, to inclose or shut up.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To inclose for a park; make into a park by inclosure; sever from a common.
- To inclose or shut up in or as if in a park.
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William de Ros was, in 1304, allowed to impark 100 acres under the name of _Bever_ Park, which was appropriated solely to the preservation of game.
VI. granted licence to Andrew Ogard and others, that they might impark the scite of the Mannor of Rye, otherwise called the Isle of Rye in
Dugdale states that in 1520 he obtained licence to impark two thousand acres at Overcompton and Nethercompton, _alias_
Street parking if you arrive early enough, otherwise there is an impark lot across the street,
In 1540 he had licence to impark the Lyveden estate in Aldwinkle St. Peter's parish, where the "New
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