Jungle This funky UK five-piece has been enshrouded in mystery (and misinformation).
And the door whereupon the shadow rested was, if I remember aright, over against the feet of the young Zoilus enshrouded.
After a while the shadows of night fell upon us, and we were enshrouded in the darkness.
Paris now smote him on the jaw under his ear, whereon the life went out of him and he was enshrouded in the darkness of death.
I could only see those around me as if enshrouded in a blue-white mist.
Thus, as I have said, six months passed away, and the mystery which enshrouded Mr. Tompkins yet hung about him 'as a garment.'
He was striving to solve the mystery that enshrouded Marie-Anne's death.
We were here far above the stratum of mist which enshrouded our camp and the sierra for some distance above it.
The morning mist enshrouded the sky and the sun had not yet risen.
When I had left my home two days before I had no idea that I should so soon be enshrouded in the mists of mystery.