Embrue \Em*brue"\, v. t. See {Imbrue}, {Embrew}. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • embrue — [em bro͞o′] vt. embrued, embruing IMBRUE …   English World dictionary

  • embrue — variant of imbrue * * * /em brooh /, v.t., embrued, embruing. imbrue. * * * embrue variant of imbrue …   Useful english dictionary

  • embrue — variant of imbrue …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • embrue — /em brooh /, v.t., embrued, embruing. imbrue. * * * …   Universalium

  • embrue — verb Variant of imbrue …   Wiktionary

  • embrue — (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb See imbrue …   English dictionary for students

  • embrue — v. imbrue, stain, wet, saturate …   English contemporary dictionary

  • embrue — em•brue [[t]ɛmˈbru[/t]] v. t. brued, bru•ing imbrue …   From formal English to slang

  • imbrue — also embrue transitive verb (imbrued; also embrued; imbruing; also embruing) Etymology: Middle English enbrewen, embrowen, from Anglo French embrower to soil, probably alteration of Old French abevrer, abreuver to water, soak, ultimately from… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • imbrue — imbruement, n. /im broo /, v.t., imbrued, imbruing. 1. to stain: He refused to imbrue his hands with the blood of more killing. 2. to impregnate or imbue (usually fol. by with or in): They are imbrued with the follies of youth. Also, embrue.… …   Universalium

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