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The first thing that is formed is the amnios; the next the chorion; and they enwrap the seed round like a curtain.
THE WORKS OF ARISTOTLE THE FAMOUS PHILOSOPHERANONYMOUS
The flaming candlewood licked the resinous logs, and soon the smoke and flames began to enwrap the corpse.
SNNICAVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
This phylactery, itself "medicine," may be employed to enwrap other "medicine" and thus augment its own potentiality.
THE MEDICINE-MEN OF THE APACHE. (1892 N 09 / 1887-1888 (PAGES 443-604))JOHN G. BOURKE
She did not quibble or seek to enwrap the main issue in specious excuses or apologies for her position.
SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
Stormclouds enwrap the day, and rainy gloom blots out the sky; out of the clouds bursts fire fast upon fire.
THE AENEID OF VIRGILVIRGIL
First the monk is carried aloft through flames which enwrap the world.
WOMAN UNDER MONASTICISMLINA ECKENSTEIN
On the day of Mr. Palford's departure a thick fog had descended and seemed to enwrap the world in the white wool.
T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
So skilfully did he enwrap himself in a spider's web of lies that it was impossible to catch a clear glimpse of him through it.
TALES FROM JKAIMR JKAI
Shadows weaved before the windows, while the flames seemed to reach out and enwrap every portion of the upper floor.
THE CROSS-CUTCOURTNEY RYLEY COOPER
For the sensualist carries his miseries pick-a-back, and round his feet is wound the shroud that shall soon enwrap him.
MASTERPIECES OF MYSTERY IN FOUR VOLUMESVARIOUS

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