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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of embower.
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The house itself is made to look like a cosy little nest by the vine that embowers it.
Those lodes and pockets of earth, more precious than the precious ores, that yield inimitable fragrance and soft fire; those virtuous Bonanzas, where the soil has sublimated under sun and stars to something finer, and the wine is bottled poetry: these still lie undiscovered; chaparral conceals, thicket embowers them; the miner chips the rock and wanders farther, and the grizzly muses undisturbed.
She found that she could not stay in a hotel with Cook's tourists, and she took her father's place in the exploring party which went down to the watering-place in the afternoon, on the top of a tram-car, under the leafy roof of the adorable avenue of trees which embowers the track to
Among these grows the original forest, which descends to their foot, fringes the river, and embowers the road.
Sparkling beneath the heaven which embowers -- _10