Em*bos"om (?), v. t. [Written also imbosom.]

1.

To take into, or place in, the bosom; to cherish; to foster.

Glad to embosom his affection. Spenser.

2.

To inclose or surround; to shelter closely; to place in the midst of something.

His house embosomed in the grove. Pope.

Some tender flower . . . . Embosomed in the greenest glade. Keble.

 

© Webster 1913.

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