verb (used with object), em·placed, em·plac·ing.
Origin of emplace
Examples from the Web for emplace
The male employs weaving, twisting, and pecking motions of the head to emplace material.Natural History of the Bell Vireo, Vireo bellii Audubon|Jon C. Barlow
It is impossible to mark out the enceinte of the ancient town, or indeed to emplace it with any exactitude.History of Phoenicia|George Rawlinson
They're going to emplace that gun somewhere up on the hill-side, and pepper our people on their way back.'On Land And Sea At The Dardanelles|Thomas Charles Bridges
British Dictionary definitions for emplace
Word Origin and History for emplace
1865, back-formation from emplacement.