Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of embus.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • High-fashion designers are also embuing green with luxury.

    From Runway to Highway

  • All the liberal professions were censured as perverting the understanding, by giving scope to the sordid motive of gain, or embuing the mind with erroneous principles.

    Memoirs of Carwin, the Biloquist

  • One, a weary-looking empty bathroom with a linoleum floor, has the telling direction "30F/Final Suicide" scribbled on it - story embuing stillness with life - or in this case, death.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • What Johnston and his fellows took the most pride in was embuing their anthropomorphized animals with palpable human emotion.

    GreenCine Daily

  • Woman in the home of the fighting family, whether she is a mother or a sister, plays the most important role in looking after the family, rearing the children and embuing them with moral values and thoughts derived from Islam.

    East Med Sea Peace

  • #47@Kevin: hysterical…like you’re embuing Jason Mewes.

    IGD: Padres vs Mets (8 Jun 08)

  • "range" - voicing all of the clones and embuing them with unique identities and slight variations.

    The IESB

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