language or ornaments; a crown is emblematic of royalty; white is emblematic of purity. Em`blem*at"ic*al*ly,
(Em`blem*at"ic*cize) v. t. To render emblematic; as, to emblematicize a picture. [R.]
(Em*blem"a*tist) n. A writer or inventor of emblems. Sir T. Browne.
(Em*blem"a*tize) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Emblematized ; p. pr. & vb. n. Emblematizing ]
To represent by, or as by, an emblem; to symbolize.
Anciently the sun was commonly emblematized by a starry or radiate figure.Bp. Hurd.
(Em"ble*ment) n. [OF. embleer to sow with corn, F. emblaver, fr. LL. imbladare; pref. in-
+ LL. bladum grain, F. blé.] (Law) The growing crop, or profits of a crop which has been sown or planted;
used especially in the plural. The produce of grass, trees, and the like, is not emblement. Wharton's
(Em"blem*ize) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Emblemized ; p. pr. & vb. n. Emblemizing ] To represent
by an emblem; to emblematize. [R.]
(Em*bloom") v. t. To emblossom. Savage.
(Em*blos"som) v. t. To cover or adorn with blossoms.
On the white emblossomed spray.J. Cunningham.
(Em*bod"i*er) n. One who embodies.
1. The act of embodying; the state of being embodied.
2. That which embodies or is embodied; representation in a physical body; a completely organized system,
like the body; as, the embodiment of courage, or of courtesy; the embodiment of true piety.
(Em*bod"y) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Embodied ; p. pr. & vb. n. Embodying.] To form into a
body; to invest with a body; to collect into a body, a united mass, or a whole; to incorporate; as, to embody
one's ideas in a treatise. [Written also imbody.]
Devils embodied and disembodied.Sir W. Scott.
The soul, while it is embodied, can no more be divided from sin.South.
(Em*bod"y), v. i. To unite in a body, a mass, or a collection; to coalesce. [Written also imbody.]
Firmly to embody against this court party.Burke.
(Em*bogue") v. i. [See Disembogue.] To disembogue; to discharge, as a river, its waters
into the sea or another river. [R.]
(Em*bo"guing) n. The mouth of a river, or place where its waters are discharged. [R.]
(Em*boil") v. i. To boil with anger; to effervesce. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Em*boil"), v. t. To cause to boil with anger; to irritate; to chafe. [Obs.] Spenser.