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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enfold.

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Examples

  • From the Cascabel Taqueria team and a well-traveled Le Cordon Bleu grad, Mahjong enfolds myriad global flavors in delicate skins, casually alotting its 46 seats among banquettes, window hightops, and a communal table, decorating its bar with eponymous game pieces and bark, hanging oversized lanterns from the ceiling, and making wallpaper out of recycled magazines, about the only affordablePenthouse on the UES.

    Thrillist: Mahjong Dumplings: Tiled Of Normal Dumplings?

  • Let me feel that you are near, and that your care enfolds me.

    Bigger Roles for Chaplains on Patient Medical Teams

  • Now against this friction with the FBI, Kelly's threat to end the Bank Robbery Task Force enfolds as yet another slap at the Bureau.

    Len Levitt: Kelly vs. the FBI: Round 17,000

  • The body of the guitar opens and enfolds Wilhelm's right arm.

    Colors of Music

  • Nancy positions the launcher carefully, then enfolds the quail inside like an astronaut in a space capsule.

    Birdology

  • And what of the vast sense of love I so frequently feel that must have come down to me from the lovers among the bloodlines who defied everything and everyone around them, especially the government and the church, in order to send down to their descendant a sense of oneness that easily enfolds distant galaxies and the stars?

    Introducing The Ojibwa Warrior

  • Estancia Vik's traditionally styled hacienda enfolds a treasure trove of art surprises -- even in the pool, whose fiber-optic-lit bottom mimics the constellations overhead.

    Off the Beaten Track

  • The renowned physicist David Bohm said, "Each person enfolds something of the spirit of the other in his consciousness."

    Dr. Larry Dossey: Premonitions and Spirituality

  • It takes you aback, takes ten minutes to get used to, and then enfolds you in total concentration.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • As you turn, He opens His arms wide for you to run into them, and as you do, He enfolds you to Himself.

    Fear Not Tommorow, God is Already There

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