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  • v. Present participle of enring.


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  • It was ugly and grim; the trampled grass, the giant footmarks, each enringing its pool of curdled blood; the broken bushes, the grooved mud-slides where the unknown brutes had slid in deadly embrace; the hollows, the splintered boughs, their ragged points tufted with skin and hair -- all was sickening to me.

    Gulliver of Mars

  • It is the story of the celestial Titan, with his benefactions for men, and force and strength, with art to aid them -- reluctant art -- compelled to serve their ends, enringing his limbs, and driving hard the stakes.

    The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded


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