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As I looked down the property’s main lawn, Opus 40 framed the majestic Overlook Mountain to the west, its peak wreathed in fog.
THE HUDSON VALLEY’S OUTDOOR ART PARKS MAKE FOR AN ALLURING PANDEMIC DESTINATIONNEVIN MARTELLAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Ah, "fools and blind," you little know that you are making a garland of imperishable beauty to wreathe around His brow!
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEWJOHN MONRO GIBSON
Examples are wreath (with th as in think), but to wreathe (with th as in then); house, but to house (with s pronounced like z).
LANGUAGEEDWARD SAPIR
Fifty paces below, a column of opal smoke had begun to wreathe and stretch a languid flag.
THE AMAZING MARRIAGE, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
Taking out a little cigarette case, she lights a cigarette, and watches the puff's of smoke wreathe shout her and die away.
A BIT O' LOVE (FOURTH SERIES PLAYS)JOHN GALSWORTHY
Most of such words are verbs, so distinguished from their cognate substantives, as wreathe from wreath.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 189, JUNE 11, 1853VARIOUS
Instead of using hats, they wreathe about their heads a fancy-colored shawl or handkerchief.
EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS 1748-1846, VOLUME XXVARIOUS
So, when she did open her eyes, that consummate courage which is mistaken for histrionism made her wreathe her lips in a smile.
FIND THE WOMANARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE
Loving hands were impatient to wreathe their brows with the garlands of victory.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF FRANK G. ALLEN, MINISTER OF THE GOSPELFRANK G. ALLEN
We wreathe and festoon every bare old bowlder and every niche made barren by the winds.
PRINCE LAZYBONES AND OTHER STORIESMRS. W. J. HAYS

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