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Synonyms for enshroud

to surround and cover completely so as to obscure

to prevent (something) from being known

Synonyms for enshroud

cover as if with a shroud

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The funeral procession carried his body, enshrouded in a white cloth, without a casket.
In the midst of the work, the monk is enshrouded by clouds of fine dust reminiscent of those beautiful foggy mornings when the sun's rays cast a glowing light through the trees.
The people in the Holy Land, Muslims, Jews and Christians alike, are enshrouded by deep suffering, terrible restrictions on freedoms, limitation of circulation, restricted access, unfair confiscation of land, etc.
Finn, together with the magical cat Erline, must travel through the dark Faerie Kingdoms to save the land from the darkness that has enshrouded it.
Mohamed Samraoui's "Bloodshed Years" are books, among others, that unshrouded the most enshrouded shocking facts about the Algerian military institutions.
Some of us, although we are alive, feel enshrouded by life's restrictions and troubles, which make us restless, so we can't live properly," he added.
At dusk the island prison that housed some of the nation's most notorious criminals -- including Al Capone and the recently rearrested James "Whitey" Bulger, who was on The Rock for bank robbery from 1959-1963 -- is often enshrouded by fog, and the lamps on the grounds emit a ghostly glow.
Started Early, Took My Dog--with a wonderful title from Emily Dickinson, summoning a poem that is as artfully enshrouded as this novel--is also jampacked with echoes, parallels, doppelgangers, sneaky omissions and authorial attempts to mislead.
Pat Moynihan, a Kennedy loyalist, was unsettled in Eisenhower-like ways by the seeming permanence of the national-security state, enshrouded in its miasmic secrecy.
There were so few trading cues and the (Tokyo) market was enshrouded by such a tentative mood that one wonders if investors were all watching the Vancouver Olympics instead,'' an analyst at a Japanese brokerage quipped.
Paul was also hoping to spot his home on Laburnum Avenue, Thornaby, but dull weather enshrouded the town in a light mist.
Children will be less likely to come to you about issues enshrouded in secrecy.
5 Nature, suggest that the ancient ancestor of fully formed animals survived a massive glaciation that enshrouded the Earth in ice at the end of the Cryogenian period.
And We have set a barrier before them and a barrier behind them, and We enshrouded them in veils so that they cannot see.
Meanwhile, it seems that along with my fellow commuters, regular journeys into the city will continue to be plagued with delays, from signalling, in part, and congestion in the main, due principally to the ever increasing over-usage of a subterranean transport hell-hole, long past its "best by" date and enshrouded in a fog of perpetual stygian gloom