Definition for EM-BAR'

EM-BAR', v.t. [en and bar.]

  1. To shut, close or fasten with a bar; to make fast.
  2. To inclose so as to hinder egress or escape. Where fast embarr'd in mighty brazen wall. Spenser.
  3. To stop; to shut from entering; to hinder; to block up. He embarred all further trade. Bacon.

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