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Definition of Enwombed
1. enwomb [v] - See also: enwomb
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Literary usage of Enwombed
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1. On Contemporary Literature by Stuart Pratt Sherman (1917)
"... an entirely modern romanticism, which happens, to borrow Mr. George Moore's word, to have " enwombed itself " in Ireland, but which might with almost ..."
2. America Vindicated from European Theologico-political and Infidel Aspersions by Thomas J. Vaiden (1855)
"As the beautiful provision of the mother that breathes for her enwombed progeny, which is thus sustained by pure blood, and when matured, ..."
3. All's Well that Ends Well by William Shakespeare (1912)
"And put you in the catalogue of those That were enwombed mine. 'Tis often seen 150 Adoption strives with nature, and choice breeds A native slip to us from ..."