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- v. Present participle of enswathe.
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It settles on the soul like the mist on the mountains, enveloping and enswathing it.
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.
Its limits are broad; broad as the home of man; with its enswathing atmosphere added.