Definitions for imbrueɪmˈbru
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word imbrue
permeate or impregnate
"The war drenched the country in blood"
To stain (in, with, blood, slaughter, etc.).
Origin: From embruer, from Germanic.
to wet or moisten; to soak; to drench, especially in blood
Origin: [Cf. OF. embruer, also embruver, embreuver, embrever, to give to drink, soak (see pref. En-, 1, 1st In-, and Breverage), but also OE. enbrewen, enbrowen, to stain, soil (cf. Brewis).]
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