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  • v. Present participle of encoach.

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Examples

  • He prudently used the arts of herbs to alter his face and hair, bringing about the effects of encoaching years; otherwise his continued youth would also awake hostility in men who feared most of all the failing of their own powers, the approach of age which meant death in the end.

    Merlin's Mirror

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