impearl

(redirected from impearled)

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
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Then I, long tried By natural ills, received the comfort fast, While budding, at thy sight, my pilgrim's staff Gave out green leaves with morning dews impearled. I seek no copy now of life's first half: Leave here the pages with long musing curled, And write me new my future's epigraph, New Angel mine, unhoped for in the world!
While Christ lay dead the widowed world Wore willow green for hope undone; Till, when bright Easter dews impearled The chilly burial earth, All north and south, all east and west, Flushed rosy in the arising sun; Hope laughed, and faith resumed her rest, And love remembered mirth.
Even the 'flowering crest,' the only sign of life in the poem, is hardened by being 'impearled and orient." (28) By the time Webster's sonnet reaches the sestet, however, the confident, vigorous rhythm flags, until the deductive phrases in the octet seem but weak syllogisms crafted by the speaker to convince herself against all good sense of the durability of spring.