from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See endive.
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Enrobed in clothes belonging to Mr. Dick, and tied up in great shawls, I fell asleep, on the sofa, and only awoke in time to dine off a roast fowl and pudding, while my aunt asked me a number of questions, and spoke of my mother and Peggotty, and in the afternoon we talked again and there was another alarm of Donkeys.
The Chocolate Enrobed Figs, on the other hand, are quite different.
Enrobed in brightly painted chocolate shells, the new chocolates hardly resemble the old, even in the flavors that made the transition from Ethel M to Ethel’s.
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