Definition of impark
1 obsolete a : to enclose or confine in a park b : enclose
2 obsolete : to enclose (as woods) for a park
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Origin and Etymology of impark
Middle English imparken, from Anglo-French emparker, from Old French en- 1en- + park, parc — more at park
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