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  • verb Present participle of imbosom.

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Examples

  • Passing through Warwick, we had a glimpse of the castle, -- an ivied wall and two turrets, rising out of imbosoming foliage; one's very idea of an old castle.

    Passages from the English Notebooks, Complete

  • Passing through Warwick, we had a glimpse of the castle, -- an ivied wall and two turrets, rising out of imbosoming foliage; one's very idea of an old castle.

    Passages from the English Notebooks, Volume 1.

  • a Saving or Evangelical Faith, or Believing in Christ, is taking Christ to yourself in this living and warm way, receiving his spirit into your spirit, imbosoming his feelings in your feelings, impressing his character on your character, whereby his whole self becomes grafted upon and fused into yourself.

    Margaret

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