impearl

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im·pearl

 (ĭm-pûrl′)
tr.v. im·pearled, im·pearl·ing, im·pearls
1. To form (something) into pearls.
2. To adorn with or as if with pearls.

impearl

(ɪmˈpɜːl)
vb (tr)
1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) to adorn with pearls
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) to form into pearl-like shapes or drops

im•pearl

(ɪmˈpɜrl)

v.t.
1. to form into drops resembling pearls.
2. to adorn with pearls.
[1580–90]

impearl


Past participle: impearled
Gerund: impearling

Imperative
impearl
impearl
Present
I impearl
you impearl
he/she/it impearls
we impearl
you impearl
they impearl
Preterite
I impearled
you impearled
he/she/it impearled
we impearled
you impearled
they impearled
Present Continuous
I am impearling
you are impearling
he/she/it is impearling
we are impearling
you are impearling
they are impearling
Present Perfect
I have impearled
you have impearled
he/she/it has impearled
we have impearled
you have impearled
they have impearled
Past Continuous
I was impearling
you were impearling
he/she/it was impearling
we were impearling
you were impearling
they were impearling
Past Perfect
I had impearled
you had impearled
he/she/it had impearled
we had impearled
you had impearled
they had impearled
Future
I will impearl
you will impearl
he/she/it will impearl
we will impearl
you will impearl
they will impearl
Future Perfect
I will have impearled
you will have impearled
he/she/it will have impearled
we will have impearled
you will have impearled
they will have impearled
Future Continuous
I will be impearling
you will be impearling
he/she/it will be impearling
we will be impearling
you will be impearling
they will be impearling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impearling
you have been impearling
he/she/it has been impearling
we have been impearling
you have been impearling
they have been impearling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impearling
you will have been impearling
he/she/it will have been impearling
we will have been impearling
you will have been impearling
they will have been impearling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impearling
you had been impearling
he/she/it had been impearling
we had been impearling
you had been impearling
they had been impearling
Conditional
I would impearl
you would impearl
he/she/it would impearl
we would impearl
you would impearl
they would impearl
Past Conditional
I would have impearled
you would have impearled
he/she/it would have impearled
we would have impearled
you would have impearled
they would have impearled
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References in classic literature ?
So spake the Son, but SATAN with his Powers Farr was advanc't on winged speed, an Host Innumerable as the Starrs of Night, Or Starrs of Morning, Dew-drops, which the Sun Impearls on every leaf and every flouer.
Pertinently, in Book Five in Paradise Lost (743-46) Satan's devilish warlike Host, "innumerable as the [flaming'] Stars of Night," are compared to the innumerable watery "Stars of Morning," defined by Milton as seminal "Dew-drops which the [rising] sun / Impearls [like tears] on every leaf and every flower.