- n. Plural form of wrap.
“Sarah Palin wraps her mind around something and can't let go.”
“Although shingles can occur anywhere on your body, it most often appears as a band of blisters that wraps from the middle of your back around one side of your chest to your breastbone.”
“(Those of us who write high concept fantasy usually prefer to keep it under wraps from the blogging universe ….)”
“One, of course, is money: White supremacy is coming out from under tissue-thin wraps among the corporate elite who run things and intend to go on running things.”
“Stein wraps the video up with some harsh words of warning:”
“Kimmel: When the series wraps, is there any chance of a Lost movie?”
“Christine Ohuruogu of Great Britain wraps herself in her country's flag after winning the gold medal in the 400 meters.”
“This is one side dish that is going to be very versatile: it would go well with any Indian meal (it would be amazing with some simple dal and rice) and could be used creatively in wraps and sandwiches too.”
“After listing some feel-good positions of the Congressman representing Chicago's north and northwest suburbs, the call wraps up by calling Kirk an "independent" voice for Congress.”
“Edward joins them and again wraps his arms around Bella.”
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