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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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When would we see their twisted, hate-filled faces emerge from the murk enshrouding the Broomie- law?
Life is a process of enshrouding that violence with myths, and in the manner of primitive religions, reenacting that violence as sacred ritual - turning it into socially tolerable structures that end chaos and restore order.
A powerful laser flown on the space shuttle last September captured unprecedented images of the cloud blanket enshrouding Earth, reports a team of atmospheric scientists.
However, what happened to Tut's member isn't the only mystery enshrouding the 19-year-old royal.
The gloom enshrouding the high street darkened yesterday as Boots posted an 11 per cent fall in annual profits and warned that bad conditions were delaying recovery.
Next week's episode is better - and not just because it doesn't have such an insistent soundtrack of pop hits enshrouding the proceedings in a veil of canned hipness.
Obliteration spills Like ink upon a page Enshrouding words in blackness.
Since September 1990, the craft's radar has pierced the clouds enshrouding Venus to image 95 percent of the planet's surface -- a rugged terrain marked by volcanoes, craters and sinuous channels (SN: 12/21&28/91, p.
Because the planet is too hot to have kept an atmosphere for long, GJ1214b represents the first opportunity to study a newly formed atmosphere enshrouding a world orbiting another star," said team member Xavier Bonfils.
Maybe a question mark would make more sense in dealing with a subject known for his ineffably creepy prose and the mystery enshrouding his last anguished days.
Only once did they succeed - the time they built their nest in the vines enshrouding my house.
In many cases, the dust enshrouding the inner parts of a galaxy appears so thick that astronomers actually see only the outer crust of stars.