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To E’LEMENT. v.a.


To E’LEMENT. v.a. [from the noun.]
I. To compound of elements.
Whether any one such body be met with, in those said to
be elemented bodies, I now question. Boyle’s Scept. Chym.
2. To constitute; to make as a first principle.
Dull sublunary lover’s love,
Whose soul is sense, cannot admit
Of absence, ‘cause it doth remove
The thing which elemented it. Donne.