Thesaurus / enfolded

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Her hands and arms were enfolded in the blanket, and she was unable to make anything like effective resistance.

More fiery than ever, she enfolded him in her arms, so that he was impregnated with a flame which he feebly resisted.

Balsamo, The MagicianAlexander Dumas

She was enfolded; she sank on the nest, dropping her eyelids.

The toast, burnt a little along the edges, slid back and forth in the napkin which enfolded it.

The Narrow HouseEvelyn Scott

The engineer winced as Solinski enfolded his hand in a clammy grip.

The End of TimeWallace West

And then, at seventy-three, the "Dark mother always gliding near" enfolded him.

So enormous was it, and so distant, that it enfolded us like a foreboding of disaster.

AliensWilliam McFee

He could feel that she trembled in his arms, and he enfolded the slight frame ever closer and closer.

The Lost Treasure of TrevlynEvelyn Everett-Green

It wrapped and enfolded you and warmed you, and yet it was not a grain feminine, but deeply, proudly masculine.

With Donnie enfolded in his arms, and head bent, Grey ran as he had never run before.

The Long PatrolH. A. Cody

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