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Wildfires in California and elsewhere in the west are burning out of control, destroying entire towns and leaving cities like San Francisco enshrouded in a terrifying deep orange fog, a preview of what life may be like as our climate deteriorates.
The origin of religions is enshrouded in mystical darkness, and is a mere speculation.
Everything now was embalmed in the twilight, and all the world was enshrouded in the mystery of the midsummer eve.
Ever since he could remember, dark clouds had enshrouded him, and with a fainting heart he had groped his way through the gloom.
It is always accompanied by or enshrouded in, clouds, when it becomes visible in any of its parts.
MYTHICAL MONSTERSCHARLES GOULD
Although the aviator's head was almost completely enshrouded in a hood, he discerned a typically British face.
THE FOREST OF SWORDSJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
A heavy fog had come up from the river and enshrouded the entire city.
THE BLIND BROTHERHOMER GREENE
And this man upon the throne was enshrouded in glory, with the rainbow about him.
THE PROPHET EZEKIELARNO C. GAEBELEIN
They are wrapped in a winding sheet of gossamer; enshrouded alive.
OLD FARM FAIRIES:HENRY CHRISTOPHER MCCOOK
Rain fell unintermittently, the sky was enshrouded in a thick cloud of fog, and on the ground lay banks of mist.
THE PRECIPICEIVAN GONCHAROV

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