Definition of Enwombing

1. enwomb [v] - See also: enwomb



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enwombing

enwidening
enwidens
enwind
enwinding
enwinds
enwisen
enwisened
enwisening
enwisens
enwoman
enwomaned
enwomaning
enwomans
enwomb
enwombed
enwombing (current term)
enwombs
enwound
enwrap
enwrapment
enwrapments
enwrapped
enwrapping
enwraps
enwrapt
enwreath
enwreathe
enwreathed
enwreathes
enwreathing

Literary usage of Enwombing

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1. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1880)
"In very truth, the current of the Divine teaching addressed to correct the materializing fancy of Nicodemus, who was dreaming of nature re- enwombing itself ..."

2. The Principle of Protestantism as Related to the Present State of the Church by Philip Schaff (1845)
"May the New World, enwombing the life spirit of almost every nation of the Old, prove the birth soil of this new era for the Church! ..."

3. Specimens of English Prose Writers: From the Earliest Times to the Close of by George Burnett (1813)
"... but these same affections after, carried them first to the grave, then to the sight of a Saviour, gave them the enwombing of Christ, who (in some sense) ..."

4. Specimens of English Prose Writers: From the Earliest Times to the Close of by George Burnett (1807)
"... but these same affections after, carried them first to the grave, then to the sight of a Saviour, gave them the enwombing of Christ, who (in some sense) ..."

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