Thereupon the weird plant moved over toward her, and the thick leaves began to enfold her knees.
Only one spoke—she whose cloak had been snatched up to enfold the child.
He wanted to enfold her in his arms and promise her security.
Again he sought to stay her going, holding out his arms to enfold her.
The sound beat down deafeningly, seemed to enfold them bodily in its mighty volume, blotting out all else.
"Do you wrap this about you," I urged her, and with my own hands I assisted to enfold her in that mantle.
They form a nest, or home, or covering, to enfold or wrap about the delicate seed-pod.
She could embrace it in her love, but hers was too large for its little arms to enfold.
In a bound her well-beloved was beside her, flinging away his bloody poleaxe, he opened wide his arms to enfold her.
Sir Francis rose and attempted to enfold her in his embrace.