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

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Examples

  • This means 'to fold inward' ... so we may be led to explore the notion that in some sense each region contains a total structure 'enfolded' within it ".

    Notes From The Geek Show

  • It was an aged norn male, his once-proud figure stooped a bit, his head bald, his eyes enfolded in rings.

    GuildWars Edge of Destiny

  • It was enfolded in mysteries, but I was not the kind of man to enter into it or bow my head to follow where it led.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • I tried to memorize the serenity that lived in her hands and arms, the calmness and sweetness that came off her like incense as she enfolded my flailing, slippery daughter.

    The Bird House

  • I found myself enfolded in soft arms that reminded me of my mother.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • The pale twilight fell, and enfolded us with unutterable tenderness, just revealing the glimmering snows of Lebanon, and leaving the glass of the sea just distinguishable from the air.

    Weatherwatch

  • She enfolded me chest to chest, hips to hips, smell of sandalwood, musk.

    World Wide Mind

  • He slung his pack down, dropped to his knees, and enfolded them in his arms.

    Fire The Sky

  • He stripped off his jacket and shirt and enfolded her in his arms and wings.

    Surrender the Dark

  • “Okay, okay, three brothers get a message up to the archangels stat—I want a line-drive prayer going to every available messenger angel to redirect Gavreel,” he said as Azrael enfolded Celeste in his arms.

    Surrender the Dark

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  • See implicate for usage note.

    August 4, 2008