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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of englobe.

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Examples

  • In SF parlance, a Dyson Sphere is a solid shell completely enclosing a star at a distance of roughly 1 AU, providing a living surface billions of times greater than that of a terrestrial planet, powered by absorbing 100% of the energy of the englobed star.

    Common mistakes in SF&F

  • The menus had disappeared; they sat now with drinks before them, englobed in mellow candlelight.

    Sudden Rain

  • It's a meditation too englobed to excerpt, so enjoy it in its entirety here, and don't miss the barbed pastiche by Kim Addnizio that asks, in response to Eliot's "April is the cruelest month ...,"

    The Aspirin-Munching House Plant and the Radio Receptive Orchid: James Wolcott

  • A fetus may be inside the woman's body, englobed, and kept alive by it, but he is not part of her body.

    Militant Feminists: full-term fetus not a baby, is woman's body part

  • An immaterial hand slid through the field that englobed the imp, seized what it had vomited and carried it toward Pasgen.

    Ill Met By Moonlight

  • Preprogrammed to his specified level of individual comfort, it set about evaporating from his skin the water and the dirt it had englobed.

    Running From The Deity

  • In Cold Blood englobed a tragic episode and preserved it as a sepia piece of Americana.

    Tru Grit

  • Preprogrammed to his specified level of individual comfort, it set about evaporating from his skin the water and the dirt it had englobed.

    Running From The Deity

  • In Cold Blood englobed a tragic episode and preserved it as a sepia piece of Americana.

    Tru Grit

  • Preprogrammed to his specified level of individual comfort, it set about evaporating from his skin the water and the dirt it had englobed.

    Running From The Deity

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