encompassing

[ en-kuhm-puh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF encompassing

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She was always there, encompassing him with her breath, reminding him that he was hers.

Her emotions began to take control when faced with his encompassing desire.

All the hopes and desires of the autumn smote him with encompassing blows.

Its encompassing obsession is freedom, or at least the appearance of freedom.

The race that built the factories and developed the encompassing farms.

He and his passion were there, encompassing, yet not pursuing her.

I knew that you had to free yourself in your own way from the memories which were encompassing you.

Yet was this love as deep and encompassing as her impulse towards the other man?

And then he said, holding out his arms as if encompassing something which he could not see.

His kinship with encompassing nature was so close that it touched him on every side.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ENCOMPASSING

across-the-board

adjectivebroad in scope
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