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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of imbar.
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In the age after the flood, the first great judgment of God upon the ambition of man was the confusion of tongues; whereby the open trade and intercourse of learning and knowledge was chiefly imbarred.
The second, vvhy our Merchantes with their goodes were imbarred or arrested.
Three sides are sure imbarred with crags and hills,
(by their agreement) stolen out of the harbor, where she was long imbarred, they hired this Dutchman to bring them thither, where they had appointed this ship to come, (not daring to go into England, or Spain, &c.)