v. To become fleshier; to make or become more robust or vigorous.
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matt harvey's embeefening face reminds me of vintage nicolas cage
—Pete Beatty, “matt harvey's…,” Twitter, July 20, 2015
Documentation has been substantially embeefened, including design notes.
—Nick Black, “sprezzos apt-show-rewrite complete (report + numbers),” Debian.org, March 20, 2013
In mozilla/persona#2716, @6a68 asks for ptu to be more robust, suggesting at least a larger amazon instance. I totally agree with that.

@6a68, can you comment on other embeefening robustitude that you would like to see?
—jedp, “Embeefen personatestuser #23,” GitHub, November 21, 2012
2008 (earliest)
Absolutely nothing's happened towards getting it boostu'ed, unless you count embeefening the DS motor mount and adding a third mount off the back of the head passenger side.
—Adrian Pike, “Adrian's '78 245 DL+16v,” Turbobricks, December 04, 2008
This word is a variation on embiggen, "to make or become bigger," which was coined in (or, at least, made famous by) a 1996 episode of the TV show The Simpsons.
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