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- v. Present participle of enclasp.
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And my portmanteau, with my few clothes and little pocket-book enclasping the remnant of my fifteen pounds, where were they?
But her hand fell suddenly upon mine, enclasping and holding it.
I had briefly stated in one of my papers, in referring to this curious incident, that the boulder of the bay had been "borne nearly three hundred yards outwards into the sea by an enclasping mass of ice, in the course of a single tide."