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Immure, vb. 1) to enclose within walls: “means to i. herself,” Ven. 1194. “not to be tempted, would she be --d,” Compl. 251. LLL III, 126. R3 IV, 1, 100.
2) to enclose, to confine in any manner: “in whose confine --d is the store,” Sonn. 84, 3. “lives not alone --d in the brain,” LLL IV, 3, 328. “shall I think in silver she's --d,” Merch. II, 7, 52.
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