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enwind

[en-wahynd] /ɛnˈwaɪnd/
verb (used with object), enwound, enwinding.
1.
to wind or coil about; encircle.
Also, inwind.
Origin of enwind
1590-1600
First recorded in 1590-1600; en-1 + wind2
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enwind

/ɪnˈwaɪnd/
verb -winds, -winding, -wound
1.
(transitive) to wind or coil around; encircle
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Word Origin and History for enwind
v.

1590s (implied in inwinding), from en- (1) + wind (v.). Related: Enwound; enwinding.

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