enwrap


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  • verb

Synonyms for enwrap

to cover completely and closely, as with clothing or bandages

to surround and cover completely so as to obscure

Synonyms for enwrap

enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering

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Though it takes up residence on the surface of things, the face cannot fuse with the matter it enwraps.
With his finely picked acoustic blues guitar and a voice that growl-purrs with all of his 60-odd sometimes hard-lived years, Smither enwraps us in a variety of touching, inspiring and sometimes downright funny folk idioms.
The chondriosomal mantle enwraps the "9+9+2" arrangement.
This, as an amber drop enwraps a bee, Covering discovers your quick soul; that we May in your through-shine front your heart's thoughts see.
Instead, this rapturous, beautifully orchestrated score is of such mysterious, irresistible dark beauty that it enwraps one like a magical cloak.
Imagination--here the Power so called Through sad incompetence of human speech, That awful Power rose from the mind's abyss Like an unfathered vapour that enwraps At once, some lonely traveller.
Furthermore, this observation can explain how the carboxy terminus of apoB-100 interacts with the backbone of apoB-100 that enwraps the LDL particle.
Two entries in the CE point out that the Canadian flag that enwraps the two reference books is a recent invention:
The membership stretches beyond the computer industry, just as the Web now enwraps everything from financial institutions to movie studios to universities.
It is a banquet for the eyes and the heart and the sense of history, which engulfs and enwraps one in joyful appreciation.
So does art mock all that is immobile and yet it needs a frame, which is immobility itself: just as sleep surrounds our diurnal endeavors, so repose enwraps a poem and quiet encloses music.
Wordsworth figures the imagination as an "awful Power" that arises "from the mind's abyss / Like an unfathered vapor that enwraps / At once, some lonely traveler.