encompass[ en-kuhm-puh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF encompass
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENCOMPASS
Newbury's delight in her, his tender worship of her, seemed to enwrap and encompass her.
You encompass the earth with one particular spot of it in your eye.
But machines could not hope to encompass all the irrationality of Man.
Fly, fly, pretty cloud, and encompass yon pavilion with your form.
Let us transform and amplify that power and we encompass—destruction.
While a stay remains to her amid the evils that encompass her, she clings to it.
Yes; they ride on—the sights, the sounds, the thoughts, encompass them; they are together.
His will was set and straining with all its tension to encompass him and compel her.
The Indian made a gesture to seaward which seemed to encompass the whole Pacific.
We had intended to make but one stage of it from Corua, and encompass the bay to Ferrol.