Limbmeal \Limb"meal`\ (l[i^]m"m[=e]l`), adv. [See {Limb}, and {Piecemeal}.] Piecemeal. [Obs.] ``To tear her limbmeal.'' --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • limbmeal — adverb Into pieces; limb from limb. O that I had her here, to tear her limbmeal! …   Wiktionary

  • limbmeal — adv. 1815 B …   Oldest English Words

  • limbmeal — limb·meal …   English syllables

  • limbmeal — ˈliməl adverb Etymology: Middle English limmele, from Old English limmǣlum, from lim limb + mǣlum meal now dialect England : limb from limb : in pieces * * * limbˈmeal adverb (Shakespeare) Limb by limb …   Useful english dictionary

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