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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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While we're twiddling along, Darabont and his screenwriter friend Michael Sloane try to enwrap us in what they think are Capra-esque virtues.
Contemplation carries us away into a state of self- and world-abstracted pure seeing, thereby revealing "the transcendently excellent and amiable nature of divine things," which enwrap and engulf us with their overwhelming Being--God's Being.
Graceful loops of tidal debris enwrap the galaxy, like a snapshot of a pirouetting dancer swirling diaphanous scarves around her svelte form.
And here too in ironical and unexpected ways, in the very depths of their villainy we can see the grounds of the common constructions that will enwrap both Jews and Asians a century later.
Caption: The ghostly Sagittarius Stream enwraps the Milky Way in this artist's concept.
At steganographing the confidential information (CI) or a digital watermark [3] (DWM) after preliminary coding, which result is the additional information (AI), as a rule, presented as the binary sequence, enwraps into a container using steganographic algorithm which in the presented work the digital image (DI) is used.
Now nearer blow the bugles, And the drums strike more convulsive, And the daylight o'er the pavement quite has faded, And the strong dead-march enwraps me.
36) Enumerating Friedrich's recurrent subjects Turgenjew continues, "everything touches the soul, enwraps [us] in dreams, everything activates fantasy, even if not intelligibly
Your book on Voice, Text and Music, which you struggled--and succeeded--to finish in the last weeks of your life, is a true masterpiece that enwraps your love of music with the rigors and incisiveness of authentic scholarly research and reflection.
Her Self is no longer spontaneous or autonomous; she cannot think independently, because: "Today a mental fog enwraps us/[.
The Dh13,700 ($3,730) Givori Phantom Black Platinum enwraps the iPhone 6 with black platinum, one of the rarest precious metals in the world.
While Ahlmann often enwraps his sculptures in richly coloured, glossy and sensual glazes, Madsen expresses herself primarily in subdued Nordic colours--in monochrome and black-and-white glazes--with the exception of a number of her new works, where certain colours are introduced.
12) to a ruined tomb, an orange flower, to five blind and groping beetles; and only then, as thought enwraps the objects of his vision, can he turn back to metaphor, to a comparison of the air in the Campagna to "Rome's ghost since her decease" (l.
Though it takes up residence on the surface of things, the face cannot fuse with the matter it enwraps.
Here, curiously, the critic Clive Bloom, in his comparative study Reading Poe Reading Freud (1988), citing the same passage from 'Usher' as we have just quoted to exemplify Poe's encyclopaedic vision of mind and universe, or how he "continually enwraps his tales within [a] totality of cultural and aesthetic availability", rather seriously vitiates his own argument by claiming that "the majority of the titles are works invented by Poe" (110, 113; Bloom's italics).