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engarland

[ en-gahr-luhnd ]
/ ɛnˈgɑr lənd /
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verb (used with object)
to encircle with or as with a garland.
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Origin of engarland

First recorded in 1575–85; en-1 + garland
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How to use engarland in a sentence

  • Emulously they renew the feast, and, glad at the high omen, array the flagons and engarland the wine.

  • Often mists from the Elbe rose mystically to engarland the crenelated castles here and there on the heights.

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