from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun etc. Obsolete forms of embodier, etc.


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  • I know not whence came the stones that fashioned it, but among them I saw the prototypes of all the gems I had loved on earth -- far more beautiful than they, for these were living stones -- such in which I saw, not the intent alone, but the intender too; not the idea alone, but the imbodier present, the operant outsender: nothing in this kingdom was dead; nothing was mere; nothing only a thing.

    Lilith, a romance


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