My poet friends, ensconced in their elitist New York hipster bubble, are clueless about my new look.
But now, ensconced back home in the U.S., the Land of Plenty, I see reminders of Haiti everywhere.
In short, Myriad isolated the BRCA genes—snipped them out of the longer DNA chain in which they were ensconced.
Legendary country radio DJ and songwriter Gerry House has been ensconced in the Nashville scene since 1975.
But that place is outside the Knesset or Congress, pressing in, not ensconced and privileged and from the inside.
Tall Priscilla occupied the hammock, and Ruth was ensconced in a willow rocking-chair, with a hassock at her feet.
Juve had ensconced himself in a huge easy chair in a corner of the room.
He led the way, ensconced himself in the brake drawn by two grey horses, and the drive—which lasted about two hours—began.
Roger was up, though still coughing, and ensconced in his study.
ensconced once more in a hansom, he proceeded to reconsider his position.
1580s, "to cover with a fort," from en- (1) "make, put in" + sconce "small fortification, shelter," perhaps via French, probably from Dutch schans "earthwork" (cf. Middle High German schanze "bundle of sticks"), of uncertain origin. Related: Ensconced.