- v. Simple past tense and past participle of engulf.
“Come back tomorrow when we'll have the women's 200m final which was postponed today as chaos once again engulfed the games as Cyprus's Eleni Artymata appeals against her disqualification.”
“The fire engulfed a karaoke bar situated on the third floor of a commercial building in the city, Indonesia's third largest.”
“He said at times a racial incident would be exaggerated and people would say South Africa was still "engulfed" in racism.”
“We as a society - including me - have been "engulfed" by television for about 60 years.”
“Wednesday that the number of scandals that had "engulfed" Faku since he took office as executive mayor in October 2000 was "far too long and comprehensive to ignore any longer".”
“ZARRELLA: All of a sudden, there was this big cloud that kind of engulfed the spaceship.”
“But granting all this, you feel that these foreign investors are too numerous, that they have too much capital, that they control too much of your business, that they manage these enterprises primarily in their own interest rather than in the Canadian interest; and in short, that you may be-as I have said - "engulfed".”
“A formidable addition has since been made to this 'engulfed' family.”
“Speaking to The AV Club, Currie revealed that she got "engulfed" in the movie, which also stars Kristen Stewart as her former bandmate Joan Jett, and forgot that the film was about her.”
“When they arrived home about 30 minutes later, Suedhoff said the house was "engulfed" in flames.”
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