Definitions

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  • v. Common misspelling of enwreathe.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I mean, how many houses can you trick-or-treat in an hour, or bomb with eggs and enwreath in toilet paper if nobody's home?

    Suburban Tricks, Urban Treats

  • Perfect beauty shall one day enwreath this earth with its clustering vines.

    Brook Farm

  • Silence and solitude reign around it, and wild fig-trees enwreath with their luxuriant foliage the opening made by Time, and half conceal the wounds inflicted by barbarian hands.

    The Idler in France

  • -- Then praise be unto the press, the frank old press of Noah; then let us extol and magnify the press, the brave old press of Noah; then let us with roses garland and enwreath the press, the grand old press of Noah, from which flow streams of knowledge which give man a bliss no more unreal than his pain. "'

    The Confidence-Man

  • -- Then praise be unto the press, the frank old press of Noah; then let us extol and magnify the press, the brave old press of Noah; then let us with roses garland and enwreath the press, the grand old press of Noah, from which flow streams of knowledge which give man a bliss no more unreal than his pain. '"

    The Confidence-Man

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