from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To cover with or as if with a shroud: Clouds enshrouded the summit.
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- v. To cover with (or as if with) a shroud
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To cover with, or as with, a shroud; to shroud.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To cover with or as with a shroud; hence, to envelop with anything which conceals from observation: as, the sun was enshrouded in mist; to enshroud one's purpose in mystery.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. cover as if with a shroud
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Photograph by Leon Chew An intact ruin that was once a museum We walk up a flight of stairs chiseled into the cheek of a dusty hillside where white tarps enshroud a city of relics, including grand terra-cotta structures used for worshipping, a corridor leading to a small chapel with a seated Buddha, and fragments of faded red frescoes although most have been removed by the archaeologists, others have been ravaged by looters.
Placed within a long view of history, it clearly signals the formation of those antidemocratic forces waiting in the shadows for an opportune moment to enshroud the entirety of the United States in what the philosopher Hannah Arendt once called, "dark times."
Despite the warnings, the journalists see a Russian tourist enshroud himself in the cloth and slide into the water from the Jordan site.
By engaging in hundreds of millions of dollars worth of derivatives trades every day, banks enshroud themselves in complex webs of debt that no regulator can decipher.
The question now is whether it's too late -- whether McCain's criticism of Rudy will be perceived as desperation on his part or whether it's too late to cut through the fog of 9/11 mythology that Rudy has managed to enshroud himself in.
I'm Kristin but most of you know me by the ridiculous nickname of Tally, and this, like many slightly embarrassing things that enshroud my past, is because of Mel.
David Roos and his colleagues have speculated that in Plasmodium and Toxoplasma, their remnant of a chloroplast still makes these fatty acids and that the parasites use them to enshroud themselves inside their host cells.
Most news reports still note a grey or brown haze that, despite $40 Billion towards the Olympic effort, continues to enshroud the city.
The Croatian independence movement was about the Croatians getting their Hitler-bestowed Nazi state back, and they succeeded masterfully, as Croatians were able to enshroud their agenda in an anti-Communist context, just as the Bosnians and Albanians did subsequently.
“Come, sweet slumber, enshroud me in thy purple cloak…”.