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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ensphere.

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Examples

  • He perceived, agreeing or disagreeing, the motions of her brain, as he did with none other of women; and this it is which stamps character on her, divides her from them, upraises and enspheres.

    Diana of the Crossways — Volume 1

  • What would you give to hear a nightingale just now, brave-hearted admiral, gazing into the moonlit infinity of silence that enspheres you!

    Ten Great Events in History

  • Her prisoned emotions found the freedom they pined for in contemplation of nature's exquisite harmonies, -- in poetic regards of the glory that enspheres human existence, when seen as a whole from beyond the clouds, -- and above all in exultant consciousness of life ever influent from the All-Living.

    Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli, Volume II

  • Her prisoned emotions found the freedom they pined for in contemplation of nature's exquisite harmonies, ” in poetic regards of the glory that enspheres human existence, when seen as a whole from beyond the clouds, ” and above all in exultant consciousness of life ever influent from the All-Living.

    Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli

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