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

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Examples

  • A warmth sifts through, envelops, enwraps, I embrace it for I will not wither, I will not perish alive

    A Visit

  • It also enwraps them in a world in which facts supportive of Democratic claims are discredited and those consistent with conservative ones championed.

    How the conservative media harm democracy

  • She exudes pure love, but enwraps space and time in a thick, menacing haze.

    Learning to Die in Miami

  • Mystery enwraps this enigma, except we know that he was a professional skateboarder back in the day.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume Twenty-One

  • I believe it not in much danger; and, for others – I see not in it that magnetic attraction which charms away all caution, beguiles all security, enwraps the imagination, and masters the reason! '—

    Camilla

  • In Reversal of Fortune this question is asked by Sunny von Bulow (Glenn Close) speaking from within the coma that still enwraps the real Sunny today.

    The Big Chill In The Upper Crust

  • Is not every incentive and every concession to vagrant appetite a force that enwraps a man in gratification of self, and severs him from duty to others, and so a force of dissolution and dispersion?

    Voltaire

  • Symbolism enwraps interlocked themes; male sexuality, female desire, hidden agendas, friendly faces hiding monsters, human indifference to suffering, the mindless savagery that is civilization — crueler than any giant ape could be, calling us to a need to redefine our relationship with wildness, with the animal world itself.

    Boing Boing: December 4, 2005 - December 10, 2005 Archives

  • With its fangs at the rear of the mouth, it lacks the ability to deliver a lightning-quick poisonous stab, like a rattlesnake; instead it enwraps its prey and injects its venom methodically in the act of chewing.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Traffic and noise increase and spread; beginning at the factories, the wharves, the shipyards, and the sawmills, they mingle with wagon rumblings and human voices; the air is rent by steam-whistles whose agonising wails rise skyward, meeting and blending above the large squares in a booming diapason, a deep-throated, throbbing roar that enwraps the entire city.

    Shallow Soil

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