Similar words: embrace, pleasure, measured, measure up, measure up to, measurement, brass, abrasion. Meaning: [ɪm'breɪʒə] n. an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through.
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(1) An opening in a fortified wall; an embrasure.
(2) The paper develops embrasure plugging a-gent(FD-2) with high strength according to the present problem that cement plugs embrasure.
(3) The window was an embrasure in an enormously thick wall.
(4) In the drawing room a pair of pink marble pillars supported the embrasure of the windows.
(5) It was small, with a sloping ceiling and a pair of windows set in deep embrasures.
(6) They became constant companions and Corbett often found them playing cat's-cradle in some comer or window embrasure.
(7) As the banks were rather steep the defenders spent several days cutting entrenchments and embrasures in expectation of battle.
(8) The napalm rolled over and down the front of the recessed embrasure.
(9) Enjolras, who was still leaning on his elbows at his embrasure, made an affirmative sign with his head, but without taking his eyes from the end of the street. Sentencedict.com
(10) Casting clasp between teeth ( CCBT ) is set up between buccal arid lingual embrasure of abutment teeth.
(11) As soon as Enjolras had seized his double-barrelled rifle, and had placed himself in a sort of embrasure which he had reserved for himself, all the rest held their peace.
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