Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as shroud, 7.
  • noun The sides of a water-wheel which form the ends of the buckets.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The shrouds. See shroud, n., 7.

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  • verb Present participle of shroud.

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Examples

  • He went out, and when afternoon came he returned, took a billhook from the woodman's shed, and with a ladder climbed into the lower part of the tree, where he began lopping off -- "shrouding," as they called it at

    The Woodlanders

  • Not only that, but the hyperventilating media went on and on about Mr. Jobs 'talent for "shrouding" his announcements of new gadgets in secrecy.

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  • To date Sea Shepherd have not provided "propeller shrouding" for these whirling Ginsu Knives of the Antarctic and intend on putting this vessel in between Japans harpoon vessels and the whales.

    New Anti-Whaling Vessel Looks Like Something From Batman

  • Julius had taken a few steps toward the attacking dog, dragging Aidan with him, but a thick, impenetrable fog—created by Joshua, no doubt— appeared out of nowhere, shrouding the scene, increasing the confusion.

    Haven

  • To date Sea Shepherd have not provided "propeller shrouding" for these whirling Ginsu Knives of the Antarctic and intend on putting this vessel in between Japans harpoon vessels and the whales.

    New Anti-Whaling Vessel Looks Like Something From Batman » E-Mail

  • Only Dante's proximity to Hades keeps the ice from forming and permanently shrouding itself in water ice.

    Around a Sun Named Inferno

  • Julius had taken a few steps toward the attacking dog, dragging Aidan with him, but a thick, impenetrable fog—created by Joshua, no doubt— appeared out of nowhere, shrouding the scene, increasing the confusion.

    Haven

  • The heart of the problem is what those powers-that-be are up against, the pressure exerted by the prejudiced and privileged to maintain this unjust segregation by shrouding it in misdirections and misrepresentations.

    A Sodomite's Sermon

  • The gloom surrounding him felt as thick as the fog shrouding the skyline.

    Obama and Clinton

  • The approach, which ran counter to the usual strategy of shrouding ads in secrecy until the big game, helped the spot gain plenty of attention heading into the gridiron match-up.

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