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- v. To surround as if by a globe
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To inclose as in a globe: as, “youthful energy englobed within the bosom of the young.” See inglobe.
- Specifically, to absorb or take within the substance of a white blood-globule, amœba, or other single-celled body.
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