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.

    Ten Boys from Dickens

  • 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.

    Ethel’s Chocolate | Baking Bites

  • - Sinbad Sweets Enrobed Peanut Butter Princesses, SKU 0 38105 10996 0

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - Homepage


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