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

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Examples

  • Her affection is winged, and in a moment she is enskied.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 118, August, 1867

  • When night fell, it was not a night of silver patterns enskied, but a dark and cloudy cloak where a few stars glittered fitfully.

    The Bat

  • Yet lo! enthroned, enskied they stand, Immortal Sons of Fame.

    Ballads of a Bohemian

  • He could think of his own marriage quite calmly, as something that did not bear directly upon his ideal of Molly; but the conception of her as Gay's wife, struck a blow at the image he had enskied and then schooled himself into worshipping from a distance.

    The Miller of Old Church

  • As for his actual mistress, she had become not only visionary, but enskied.

    The Miller of Old Church

  • Gay's wife, struck a blow at the image he had enskied and then schooled himself into worshipping from a distance.

    The Miller Of Old Church

  • Story Girl selected the spot for the grave, in a little corner behind the cherry copse, where early violets enskied the grass in spring, and we boys dug the grave, making it "soft and narrow," as the heroine of the old ballad wanted hers made.

    The Golden Road

  • Bishop Bienvenu is Hugo's hero as saint; and we can not deny him beauty such as those ` ` enskied and sainted '' wear.

    A Hero -- Jean Valjean

  • The students are taught nothing of the one or the other -- except for the case of certain immigrant pioneers, enskied and sainted, who never left the hearing of the sea; a sturdy and stout-hearted folk enough, but something press-agented.

    Copper Streak Trail

  • Duc_ 'as Joan called him, they all said that she was 'a thing enskied and sainted.'

    The Red True Story Book

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