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to put one's arms around affectionately

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When the act of reflection takes place in the mind, when we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we discover that our life is embosomed in beauty.
To him who derives gratification from the embellished labours of art, rather than the simple but sublime operations of nature, Irish scenery will afford little interest; but the bold features of its varying landscape, the stupendous attitude of its "cloud-capt" mountains, the impervious gloom of its deep embosomed glens, the savage desolation of its uncultivated heaths, and boundless bogs, with those rich veins of a picturesque champagne [.
We are really happy to reach our first milestone and we'd like to thank all of you for being with us this amazing year by releasing 3 most tremendous games we've embosomed for the occasion
After travelling about two miles up this ravine, with a rivulet on our right hand, we came to an open spot in the mountains; and, at the sixth mile, arrived at a small hamlet embosomed in walnut trees.
But let us pay 110 further heed to this; now we tell of the king and the queen, Who sat on an eagle-faced rock embosomed in the surrounding charms of the flowers, Looking as though they would soar to the sky to return to the abode of the gods accompanied by all the young servants.
The subject of the verb is withheld from the reader for five lines; consequently, the aspects of the prospect are linguistically embosomed within the "snatch'd eye" that perceives them.
The opening sentence of his essay "Spiritual Laws" startles by its bold "confusing" of categories: "When the act of reflection takes place in the mind, when we look at ourselves in the light of thought, we discover that our life is embosomed in beauty.
Looking to the southwards, I saw below me, at the distance of about three or four miles, a low and level country, laid out as it were in plantations, with straight rows of trees, through which a broad sheet of smooth water extended in nearly a direct line from east to west, as far as the eye could reach to the westward, but apparently sweeping to the southward at its eastern extremity like a river; and near its banks, at one particular spot on the south side, there appeared to be a group of habitations, embosomed in a grove of tall trees like palms.
Hard by the waters of the Elbe, in the neighbourhood of Meissen, stood, in ancient times, a mill embosomed among woods in romantic loneliness.
Looking across this woodland valley, a quarter of a mile wide, how rich those Scarlet Oaks embosomed in Pines, their bright red branches intimately intermingled with them