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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enshroud.

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Examples

  • Or the one whose mind was enshrouded by fog, thick and gray and impenetrable?

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • Its top was enshrouded in mist, as was the rocky shoreline below, and I could see the great yawning mouth of a cave closer than I would have liked.

    Raziel

  • It was a gray day, somehow different from the gentle mist that usually enshrouded Sheol.

    Raziel

  • The clean air act wouldn't have passed and cities would be enshrouded in smog and childhood asthma levels would be even higher than there are today.

    Donald Cohen: Darrell Issa Invites His Capitalist Cronies to Cry Wolf

  • Better to keep him hidden away, enshrouded in the dark.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • The tall buildings around them enshrouded the setting sun in the horizon.

    Arcana Magi Cross - c.1

  • The crashes occurred around 4 a.m. in both the north and southbound lanes of Interstate 75, on a low-lying stretch south of Gainesville that became enshrouded in fog and smoke from a fire at nearby Paynes Prairie.

    Smoke and Fog Trigger Florida Pileup, Killing 10

  • How many would-be Rangers, I wonder, even now are littering the Wilderness, nothing more than skeletons enshrouded in orange plastic ponchos, stretched out on the ground with with Ready Ranger kits set up like little tombstones in front of them?

    Another Adventure with the Ready Rangers - The Retroist

  • He got his sights set on on one particular box, enshrouded in mysterious brown paper that gave nothing away about its contents.

    Christian Piatt: Advent: What's In The Box?

  • Two years ago, when the fiscal fallout from the economic meltdown first enshrouded state governments -- and school districts were given an idea of how drastic cuts to education would be -- I was impressed when the superintendent of the district in which I work pledged to cut teaching positions and classroom essentials last.

    Larry Strauss: It's Cyclical, Stupid

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