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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of broider.


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  • But to them she did not seem old; her strength and eagerness were still upon her, and that silver needlework with which time broiders all men had in her its special beauty, setting her aloof in the unabandoned dream which the young so often desert as their youth deserts them.

    Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

  • "Now this is precisely the relation we find in the animal world and in the vegetable world between that which produces and what is produced; on the canvas bequeathed by the ancestor to his posterity, and possessed in common by them, each broiders his original pattern."

    A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson


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