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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enframe.


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  • Above that come the two windows of the best bedroom belonging to Mr. and Mrs., and above that again the windows of two small rooms, respectively inhabited by the eldest son and daughter; and these are topped by the mock-Elizabethan gable which enframes the tiny window of a servant's room.


  • Thick, dark hair enframes his square forehead, and straight, somewhat heavy brows.

    The Story of Kennett

  • It attaches its marks to the fronts of the cathedrals; enframes its hells and purgatories under the portal arches, and sets them aflame upon the windows; unrolls its monsters, dogs, demons around the capitals, along the friezes, on the eaves. "

    A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century


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