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Embattle (O. Edd. embattail), 1) trans. to array for battle: “her defences, which now are too strongly --d against me,” Wiv. II, 2, 260. “--d and ranked,” John IV, 2, 200 (of four syll.). “the English are --d,” H5 IV, 2, 14.
2) to be arrayed: “we shall e. by the second hour,” Ant. IV, 9, 3.
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