from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To dress in or as if in a robe.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To invest or adorn with a robe or vestment; to attire.
- v. To coat or cover.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To invest or adorn with a robe; to attire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To clothe; at tire; invest; robe.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. provide with a coating
- v. adorn with a robe
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One day, Mateu taught Katie to enrobe croquants—the word normally refers to a hard candy made from sugar and nuts but at elBulli can refer to any in this case honey caramelized substance—in chocolate.
Rather it means calling upon loving kindness to enrobe all or the emotions inhabiting us in the present moment, many of which can be all but loving ...
Dating back to Imperial Japan, authentic Aburatorigami paper was created by gold leaf artisans who used it to protect the precious metal they hammered into whisper-thin leafing to enrobe the majestic pavilions.
You enrobe your life in dignity when you give yourself clean laundry.
Rather, it means calling upon loving kindness to enrobe all or the emotions inhabiting us in the present moment, many of which can be all but loving ...
Makes it difficult yo work with small cookies or using the racks to enrobe small candies with chocolate.
The idea here seems to immersion, the way an old hotel seems to enrobe you in its history and the whispers of its ghosts.
In addition to Johnny Cupcakes, the nonedible-cupcake retail industry includes cupcake greeting cards, decorative wrappers (not suitable for baking, they're meant to enrobe your cupcake once it's frosted), cupcake-shaped candles, and knitted cupcakes.
Once your dough and chocolate are ready, enrobe each almond paste ball with chocolate.
I grew up at a time where I was critisized for having long hair; that was the women's realm There is an evangelical church that says women can't have short hair, must wear skirts, etc .. and of course religions that just enrobe women completely.