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- v. Present participle of ensphere.
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As always, their reflected light reached the surface of Ab-Tzenketh hazily, partially obscured by the virtual shell of artificial satellites ensphering the planet.
And leave them shrined in some ensphering light, --
Emersons ensphering universality overspreads Carlyle like the sky above a volcanic island.
Because, in its lack of natural science, and its revulsion from the mythologic deities, it isolated man in the universe, claiming for the individual will a sovereignty which ignored the ensphering play of natural forces, and denying to the heart any outreach beyond the earthly and finite.