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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of envelop.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. enclosed or surrounded completely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, entwined: applied to charges around which serpents, or laurels or other plants, are loosely wound. Also inwrapped.
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She tried to look severe, but a broad grin enveloped her face when she saw my new contrivance.
On recovering, he found himself again enveloped in the horrors of darkness, silence, and despair.
Enterprise 2.0 is often derided as a buzzword enveloped in ivory-tower abstractions that obfuscate as much as enlighten.www. newsgator.com) today launched a new blog from the trenches of Enterprise 2.0 - yes, there are trenches - called "Everyday Enterprise 2.0," authored by Christy Schoon, the company's director of Enterprise 2.0 consulting.
They say that he's actually doing quite well and he is being kept in the ICU mostly for privacy reasons, because of this high-profile status that has kind of enveloped his situation here.
It's almost like a huge cloud had kind of enveloped that part of lower Manhattan.
When Wilbraham was telling me this part of Ids story he seemed to be enveloped -- "enveloped" is the word that best conveys my own experience of him -- by some quite radiant happiness.
When Wilbraham was telling me this part of his story he seemed to be enveloped -- "enveloped" is the word that best conveys my own experience of him -- by some quite radiant happiness.
Our neighbors have a much more convincing volume of "enveloped" salaries.
HIV belongs to a group of viruses known as "enveloped" viruses, which also includes influenza, mumps, measles, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, Ebola and SARS.
Meanwhile, buildings will be "enveloped" with special insulation to reduce heat loss by 15 per cent, and the renewable energy target will be fulfilled by an onsite wind turbine and a wood chip-fired combined heat and power plant.
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