- to wrap or envelop in something.
- to surround or envelop, as in slumber, longing, etc.
- to absorb or engross, as in thought.
Origin of enwrap
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Examples from the Web for enwrap
The cold darkness of the night in its immensity seemed to enwrap me in sadness.My Double Life
Newbury's delight in her, his tender worship of her, seemed to enwrap and encompass her.The Coryston Family
Mrs. Humphry Ward
Neither of the men judged from her manner the fear that began to enwrap her.The Secret of the Silver Car
Not a shred of dry clothing did he have in which to enwrap the child, and not even a fire.The Long Patrol
H. A. Cody
Let him live, And Suli's glory will enwrap my name Stainless and safe.The Mortal Gods and Other Plays
Olive Tilford Dargan
- to wrap or cover up; envelop
- (usually passive) to engross or absorbenwrapped in thought
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Word Origin and History for enwrap
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