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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of encave.

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Examples

  • In his secret place he was confined like this, encaved, but it was a condition that brought him comfort.

    Excerpt: The Weight of All Things by Sandra Benitez

  • In the right-hand berth, on her back, her striated pinkish-white legs splaying from under the white shift, her face white and puffy, the bridge of the nose encaved, the mouth open and the tongue protruding, lay the Marquise of Tail

    The Speaker Of Mandarin

  • Her face was white, puffy, the bridge of the nose encaved, the mouth open and the tongue protruding, the whole face bearing an expression of extreme agony as if she had died from strangulation.

    The Speaker Of Mandarin

  • Each dive app 40 min, large parts of the dive completely encaved, its dark so take a torch, and its just just plain surreal.

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  • to the lords above a supreme sacrifice of her ultimate devotion in sheer humility she gave head bowed defoliated ritual shave her soul she had to save her karmic chaos trying to become brave her masters favorite slave from the cradle to the grave sensing out shock waves a woman of substance her detractors enemies of her woman hood she completely forgave within the rubble of her destiny a womanly pause encaved

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