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  • v. Present participle of enswathe.

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Examples

  • It settles on the soul like the mist on the mountains, enveloping and enswathing it.

    Friendship

  • The first part is descriptive of the rootage and the preliminary life of the flower of love; the second part proclaims the all-enswathing atmosphere in which growth is rendered possible and sure.

    The Epistles of St. Peter

  • Its limits are broad; broad as the home of man; with its enswathing atmosphere added.

    Quiet Talks on Prayer

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