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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of enlace.

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Examples

  • His fat fingers are enlaced at his waist, a wedding band wedged in place.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • She has a decorative basket, enlaced with ribbons, full of condoms of several different brands, in singles or pairs.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • She has a decorative basket, enlaced with ribbons, full of condoms of several different brands, in singles or pairs.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • Did it not seem once as if two hands never could unlock, so closely were they enlaced together?

    The Newcomes

  • But when that murmur reached each couple in the lamp-light their voices wavered, and ceased; their arms enlaced, their eyes began seeking, searching, probing the blackness.

    The Man of Property

  • He left the path along the water and stole under the trees, along the deep shadow of little plantations, where the boughs of chestnut trees hung their great leaves low, and there was blacker refuge, shaping his course in circles which had for their object a stealthy inspection of chairs side by side, against tree-trunks, of enlaced lovers, who stirred at his approach.

    The Man of Property

  • We covered the enlaced and crossed roots of the thicket from the blood spoor entry to the left, or west end where we could see the car around the corner but we could not see the leopard.

    Hemingway on Hunting

  • We covered the enlaced and crossed roots of the thicket from the blood spoor entry to the left, or west end where we could see the car around the corner but we could not see the leopard.

    Hemingway on Hunting

  • We covered the enlaced and crossed roots of the thicket from the blood spoor entry to the left, or west end where we could see the car around the corner but we could not see the leopard.

    Hemingway on Hunting

  • All anew, all eternal, all enlinked, enlaced and enamoured, Oh, then did ye LOVE the world, — — Ye eternal ones, ye love it eternally and for all time: and also unto woe do ye say: Hence!

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

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