embrave

transitive verb em·brave \ ə̇m , em+ \
variants: or less commonly enbrave \ə̇n, en+\

Definition of embrave

1 archaic :to make fine or impressive :brighten
2 archaic :to inspire with courage :make brave or daring

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Origin and Etymology of embrave

1en- + brave (adjective)


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