immured (adj.) Old form(s): emured , immur'd
walled up, enclosed, confined
E3 II.i.178[King Edward to Lodowick] [let] the prisoner [talk] of immured dark constraint [QQ emured]
LLL III.i.122[Armado to Costard] Thou wert immured, restrained, captivated, bound
LLL IV.iii.304[Berowne to all] love ... / Lives not alone immured in the brain
MV II.vii.52[Morocco to himself, of Portia] Or shall I think in silver she's immured
Sonn.84.3[of his friend] In whose confine immured is the store, / Which should example where your equal grew?

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