Embrew

Em`brew´


v. t.1.To imbrue; to stain with blood.
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Great shame it is, thing so divine in view, Made for to be the worlds most ornament To make the bayte her gazers to embrew: Good shames to be to ill an instrument.
The Folio describes Bassianus as "embrewed here / All on a heape" (TLN 976-77), while the Quarto records him as being "bereaud in blood" (18).
With Mahometrie and Idol blud embrewed" and found to be even more depraved.