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  • n. The act of enwrapping.
  • n. A wrapper or envelope.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Act of enwrapping; a wrapping or an envelope.


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enwrap +‎ -ment


  • His intent was not entrapment so much as enwrapment, so that Tarrant could not, at some future date, try to claim no knowledge of this.


  • Fairchild ceased his labors and mopped his forehead, dripping from the heat engendered by frenzied labor; without the tunnel opening, the snow lay deep upon the mountain sides, for it had been more than a week since the first of the white blasts had scurried over the hills to begin the placid, cold enwrapment of the winter.

    The Cross-Cut

  • To the American mind enwrapment in the star-jewelled zodiac may appear as natural as their ordinary oratorical references to the star-spangled banner; but the idea is essentially transatlantic, and not even the most poetical European astronomer could have risen to such a height of imagery.

    Myths and Marvels of Astronomy

  • Results showed that enwrapment of the rapair site with a collagen membrane, with or without neural cell enrichment, did not lead to any significant improvement in most of functional and stereological predictors of nerve regeneration that we have assessed, with the exception of EPT which recovered significantly better after neural cell enriched membrane employment.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • Woodburners will only throw out heat so far and no further, so the Hudson's Bay blanket has been my best friend and I have mastered the three-way fold cocoon-like enwrapment which has all kept me warm enough to sink into the oblivion of a good book.

    Brit Lit Blogs


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