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The cold darkness of the night in its immensity seemed to enwrap me in sadness.

Newbury's delight in her, his tender worship of her, seemed to enwrap and encompass her.

Neither of the men judged from her manner the fear that began to enwrap her.

Not a shred of dry clothing did he have in which to enwrap the child, and not even a fire.

Let him live, And Suli's glory will enwrap my name Stainless and safe.

How often do the most fragile machines, enwrap the stoutest minds?

Yet how insensible we are to the profound philosophy they enwrap.

They had been used, I thought, to enwrap the flagons and cups.

Its use is, not only to enwrap the child, but also to retain the sweat of the child.

A blaze of light seemed to enwrap me, and I shouted with joy.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from en- (1) "make, put in" + wrap (v.). Related: Enwrapped; enwrapping.

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