Top Definition
When pigment from food stuffs enters a crack or crevace in or on a item of crockery and discolours the surrounding area.
After reheating last nights pasta dinner within a favourite bowl, due to the visibility of a large red stripe located on the interior, it became obvious that the bowl had become imbained.
by Mr Twixford April 15, 2004
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