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The prophecy these parables infold is most marvellous, spoken as it was in a time of so deep discouragement.
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEWJOHN MONRO GIBSON
I lament only that I took you not at once to your proper security—to these arms, my Camilla, that now so fondly infold you!
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
What but the love of God infold them when father and mother had failed.
IN WILD ROSE TIMEAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
Then he endeavored to infold his father in his embrace, but his arms inclosed only an unsubstantial shade.
THE CLASSIC MYTHS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE AND IN ART (2ND ED.) (1911)CHARLES MILLS GAYLEY
She felt that she must infold such a figure not only in swaddling clothes, but in love.
CHILDREN OF THE SOILHENRYK SIENKIEWICZ
She stood looking down on his bowed head with a tenderness that seemed to infold him as with a mantle.
HELMET OF NAVARREBERTHA RUNKLE
Beat the mixture to infold oxygen, and then put in one-quarter cake of yeast plants.
ONTARIO TEACHERS' MANUALS: HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENTMINISTRY OF EDUCATION
They fold and infold as though they would shield the lake bereft of trees, as though they would shut out the world.
THE SPELL OF SCOTLANDKEITH CLARK
Not one save him—him—whose love had broken down all barriers that it might reach and infold her.
SISTER DOLOROSA AND POSTHUMOUS FAMEJAMES LANE ALLEN
A sweet spell of rest, of thankfulness, of quiet heart-satisfaction, seemed to infold her.
AVERILROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY

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