Definition of Embanked

1. Verb. (past of embank) ¹



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Definition of Embanked

1. embank [v] - See also: embank

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embanked

emball
emballed
emballing
embalm
embalmed
embalmer
embalmers
embalming
embalming room
embalmings
embalmment
embalmments
embalms
embank
embanked (current term)
embanker
embankers
embanking
embankment
embankments
embanks
embar
embarcadere
embarcaderes
embarcadero
embarcaderos

Literary usage of Embanked

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1. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter (1885)
"... form of a quadrant, through which a high embanked road passes north and south. This outwork contains many tanks, and the monument of a Muhammadan saint. ..."

2. The Two Chiefs of Dunboy: Or an Irish Romance of the Last Century by James Anthony Froude (1889)
"... had been embanked for several hundred yards ; the ground had been levelled, large warehouses had been erected over the water, and barges and larger ..."

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