tr.v. im·pearled, im·pearl·ing, im·pearls
1. To form (something) into pearls.
2. To adorn with or as if with pearls.
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1. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) to adorn with pearls
2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) to form into pearl-like shapes or drops
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1. to form into drops resembling pearls.
2. to adorn with pearls.
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Past participle: impearled
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