Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enwrap.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. giving or marked by complete attention to

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Examples

  • Ethan Pines for The Wall Street Journal From the stone gazebo, its wrought iron trellis enwrapped in climbing roses and wisteria, the only sounds are the waterfall and birds chirping.

    'Chipmunks' Estate

  • He was in heaven, oohing and ahhing at the great comfort he was enwrapped in and lying upon.

    Mike Schwager: Let's Save Our Best Friends

  • I certainly agree that the middlemen are "impediments" in the process of getting books into the hands of readers, and that their tentacles have enwrapped the "book business" so thoroughly that debacles like this will only become increasingly common.

    Writing and Publishing

  • Â Call them historians, poets, philosophers, or charlatans, it was their fanciful re-tellings of the age of wonder that kept children enwrapped in fantasy and immersed in imagination.

    Dynamite Entertainment titles for February 2010 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • There was “The Sacred Schmata (rag),” a shlocky pink strip of nylon, roped and knotted together, with which we enwrapped ourselves and one another to proclaim that we were community.

    E.M. Broner: Statement

  • Our house was a neighborhood caucus meeting place and in 9th grade I listened enwrapped while folks on our block discussed things they wanted to see on the ballot - to watch ordinary people creating these things was incredibly empowering.

    Why we’re doin what we’re doin « Poligots

  • When I saw him that after - noon so enwrapped in the music at St. James's Hall I felt that an evil time might be coming upon those whom he had set himself to hunt down.

    Sole Music

  • His arms enwrapped struggling legs; his square battering ram of a shoulder hit just right.

    "Neutral Vessel" by Harl Vincent, part 1

  • Then the clammy metal of the third sphere enwrapped him.

    "Once in a Blue Moon" by Harl Vincent, part 3

  • Salinger's Holden Caulfield, I was getting enwrapped in Steinbeck's simple declarative sentences.

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