Which encases itself in vestments which "serve no other useful purpose than to aid in securing the favours" of the other?
The dye, called rocou in French, arnotto in English, is extracted from the pulp which encases the seed.
This encases a second, more spiritual, but yet not wholly free from earthly affinities.
Is the armor which encases the pigmy's feeble frame suited to the giant?
When Siegfried throws into the trough the mold which encases the sword, and when he tempers the sword, the steam rises.
Christine feels this, and not to be contaminated by it, she encases herself in an armor of ice.
Neither the skin that covers his solid frame nor that which encases his active feet is thin.