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- v. Obsolete form of imbrue.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To imbrue; to stain with blood.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To strain or distil.
- An obsolete spelling of imbrue.
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To embrew the hands in such blood is double Murder, as it murders not only the Person slain, but kills the Happiness of the orphaned Children, depriving them of Bread, and forcing them upon wicked Ways of getting a Maintenance, which often terminate in Newgate and an ignominious death.
To embrew the hands in such blood is double Murder, as it murders not only the Person slain, but kills the Happiness of the orphaned Children, depriving them of
Great shame it is, thing so diuine in view, made for to be the worlds most ornament: to make the bayte her gazers to embrew, good shames to be so ill an instrument.
But my proud one doth worke the greater scath, through sweet allurement of her louely hew: that she the better may in bloody bath, of such poore thralls her cruell hands embrew.
_Boke of Keruynge_ below.] [Footnote 68: to embrew.