Word:

Embase

Em`base´
v. t.1.To bring down or lower, as in position, value, etc.; to debase; to degrade; to deteriorate.
Embased the valleys, and embossed the hills.
- Sylvester.
Alloy in coin of gold . . . may make the metal work the better, but it embaseth it.
- Bacon.
Such pitiful embellishments of speech as serve for nothing but to embase divinity.
- South.
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Embalmment
Embank
Embankment
Embar
Embarcation
Embarge
Embargo
Embark
embark on
Embarkation
Embarkment
Embarrass
embarrassed
embarrassing
embarrassingly
Embarrassment
-- Embase --
Embasement
Embassade
Embassador
Embassadorial
Embassadress
Embassadry
Embassage
Embassy
Embastardize
Embathe
Embattail
Embattle
Embattled
Embattlement
Embay
Embayment
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