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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of embrown.
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In southern climes, where the ardent sun embrowns the children of the soil, fair locks and eyes of azure are prized in proportion to their rarity.
Sometimes the vapour-winged tempest, flitting along some lonely vale, embrowns it with a solemn shade, whilst every thing around glitters in the fullness of meridian splendour.
The thin sort (the same as is generally used for waxed-paper negatives) takes the highest polish, but more readily embrowns after being rendered sensitive, and the lights are not ever quite so white as when the positive paper is used.
After the lapse of ten or fifteen minutes, the green rind embrowns and cracks, showing through the fissures in its sides the milk-white interior.
After the lapse of ten or fifteen minutes, the green rind embrowns and. cracks, showing through the fissures in its sides the milk-white interior.
We are also informed that it embrowns the complexion, by withdrawing those peculiar secretions which communicate the fine vermillion hue of beauty.
And wliile departing autumn all embrowns The frequent-bitten fields; while thy free hand Divides the tedded hay; then be their feet Accuflom'd to the barriers of the rick.