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Synonyms for shroud

Synonyms for shroud

to surround and cover completely so as to obscure

to prevent (something) from being known

Synonyms for shroud

a line that suspends the harness from the canopy of a parachute

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(nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind

burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped

cover as if with a shroud

form a cover like a shroud

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wrap in a shroud

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He [apparently Erdoy-an] wore the shroud to serve to the nation and we also wore shrouds to serve him," Canpolat said.
Tenders are invited for: 8-m nozzle shroud replacement
Antonio Lombatt, of the Universita Popolare in Parma, Italy, said the false shrouds circulated in the Middle Ages, but most of them were later destroyed.
At the time we were having difficulties getting our equipment to produce the shrouds with the right degree of 'give' and Plastribution provided invaluable advice that helped us solve the technical challenge and at the same time reduced our costs.
Ask your metal shop or field maintenance shop to fabricate two shrouds.
Dozens of people wearing white shrouds marched in the eastern oil-producing region of Saudi Arabia on Friday, according to AN NAHAR on Sunday.
FOLLOWING the acclaimed productions SHARDS and TEARS, the final part of the shysters triptych SHROUDS begins a four day run at the Herbert on Wednesday.
So another group of experts are brought together, this time to establish whether the revered item could also be linked to two other shrouds linked to Christ - the Shroud of Constantinople and the Shroud of the Gospels.
As major Madagascar art forms, shawls, dresses, loose-fitting shirts, and also burial shrouds are "fundamental to an individual's ethnic, ideological, spiritual, social, political, and economic identities.
to run a nuclear reactor each with cracks in core shrouds left unrepaired, saying the damage will have no effect on the plants' safety over the next five years.
Shrouds answered: "The perception out there is that the economy is not that good.
For foundry use, the material of choice for shrouds is fused silica.
Although injection molded fan shrouds with integral reservoirs are currently in production, the RITec is the first such part to be formed by blow molding, a process previously regarded as unsuitable for fan shrouds.
All had purple shrouds covering their upper bodies, and some had eyeglasses folded carefully at Atheir sides.
Weaver estimates that the highly reflective shrouds, known as comas, account for some 70 percent of the luminosity of the fragments in the Hubble pictures.