Embrute

Em`brute´


v. t.1.To brutify; to imbrute.
All the man embruted in the swine.
- Cawthorn.
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An ostentatious display of wealth without elegance, and a greedy enjoyment of pleasure without sentiment, embrutes [men entirely devoted to commerce] till they term all virtue, of an heroic cast, romantic attempts at something above our nature; and anxiety about the welfare of others, a search after misery, in which they have no concern .
An ostentatious display of wealth without elegance, and a greedy enjoyment of pleasure without sentiment, embrutes them till they term all virtue, of an heroic cast, romantic attempts at something above our nature; and anxiety about the welfare of others, a search after misery, in which we have no concern.