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


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  • The idea intended is the complete and blissful self-comprehension and self-satisfaction of the Divine Essence; the “perfect round” which is enringed in love.

    The Adornment of the Spritual Marriage

  • It is as though some creeper that had enfolded and enringed a house with its tendrils, creeping under window-ledges and across mellow brickwork, had been suddenly cut off at the root, and hung faded and lustreless, not even daring to be torn away.

    The Altar Fire

  • Encircled by drooping, long-leaved willows that were themselves enringed by stately trees, lay a broad, deep pool, clear as crystal, one side carpeted with velvety turf and screened with leafy draperies, and the whole canopied by the smiling blue sky.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume V. (of X.)

  • And those that stand back from the main, enringed by their fortified wall,

    Suppliant Maidens and Other Plays

  • At length they reached the brick gate, were admitted within the outer wall, and following the course taken by Scudamore and Heywood, skirted the moat which enringed the huge blind citadel or keep, and arrived at the western gate.

    St. George and St. Michael


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