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  • verb Present participle of imbank.

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Examples

  • A great cistern of running water crowns the height of the ground, which is used for the purposes of irrigation, and towards nightfall the vent is opened, and you may see the gardeners imbanking the channelled rows to let the inundation flow through hundreds of little lanes of intersection and canals between the beds, and then banking them up at the entrance when a sufficient quantity of water has entered.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 31, May, 1860

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