verb em·bow·er \im-ˈba(-ə)r\

Definition of EMBOWER

transitive verb
:  to shelter or enclose in or as if in a bower <like a rose embowered in its own green leaves — P. B. Shelley>

Examples of EMBOWER

  1. <over the years grapevines have completely embowered the summerhouse in the garden>

First Known Use of EMBOWER



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