reëmbrace

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See also: reembrace and re-embrace

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reëmbrace (third-person singular simple present reëmbraces, present participle reëmbracing, simple past and past participle reëmbraced)

  1. Alternative form of reembrace.
    • 1848, George Lillie Craik and Charles MacFarlane, The Pictorial History of England, volume IV, page 378
      He then, in the year 1731, went over to Holland, and reëmbraced the Protestant religion, which he had renounced to push his fortunes in Spain.
    • 1912, Louis Joseph Vance, The Destroying Angel (2010 republication), chapter VI: “Curtain”, page 44
      Irresponsibly, his reverie reëmbraced the memory he had of the woman who alone held the key to his matrimonial entanglement.