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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enrobe.

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Examples

  • To enhance the look of existing chairs, you can use chair covers (a custom-fit fabric that enrobes the entire chair), chair backs (a covering that slips over the entire back of the chair and leaves the seat exposed), or chair caps (a fabric that covers only the top of the chair back).

    My Fair Wedding

  • My best salam to what that robe enrobes of symmetry, ix.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • In a thin layer, it enrobes small bits of slightly salty pretzel, each of which is a tiny, crispy sphere in contrast to the far more typical pretzel “chunk”.

    Dark Chocolate Pretzel Bites | Baking Bites

  • He who enrobes Himself in filmy veils of cloud, there on the rim of the visible world where our Great-Grandfather Sun kindles his evening camp-fire, He who rides upon the rigorous wind of the north, or breathes forth His spirit upon aromatic southern airs, whose war-canoe is launched upon majestic rivers and inland seas -- He needs no lesser cathedral!

    The Soul of the Indian

  • He who enrobes Himself in filmy veils of cloud, there on the rim of the visible world where our

    The Soul of the Indian

  • 'My best salam to what that robe enrobes of symmetry, * And what that blooming garth of cheek enguards of rosy blee:

    Arabian nights. English

  • A slick puddle of polyurethane that looks like an oil spill enrobes a huddled human form, with only the top of its dreadlocked head emerging from beneath a blanket.

    The Prague Post

  • Finally, the tangy, sweet-sour enrobes the entire salad in a dazzling embrace of flavor and velvety smooth texture.

    Tigers & Strawberries

  • Interestingly enough, Simon has something very strong to say about politics and the American way, but he so lusciously enrobes it in comedy that the play never becomes obviously didactic.

    PegasusNews.com stories

  • Their labor paid off in a lightish batter whose texture and flavor do not overwhelm whatever it enrobes.

    East Bay Express

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