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enshroud

[ en-shroud ]

verb (used with object)

  1. to shroud; conceal.


enshroud

/ ɪnˈʃraʊd /

verb

  1. tr to cover or hide with or as if with a shroud

    the sky was enshrouded in mist



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Word History and Origins

Origin of enshroud1

First recorded in 1575–85; en- 1 + shroud
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Example Sentences

As the Capitol plunged into chaos later that day — police officers outnumbered and overrun, lawmakers huddled behind makeshift bunkers, tear gas enshrouding the building — Guilfoyle boarded a private jet.

They’ve observed a hot gas giant where drops of iron probably fall like rain and a small hot planet enshrouded in steam.

Then, as silently as they came, they disappeared into the forest to go to their homes before the night mists should enshroud them.

No more doth Death detain thee in his dark domain, nor Persephone enshroud thee in the mists of the sad Underworld.

Stirred by the complete mystery which now seemed to enshroud the unfortunate girl, I set before myself the task of elucidating it.

Darkness was beginning to enshroud the travelers, and the necessity of making improvised beds moved them to action.

As the guide had hoped, they reached the place he had in mind just as darkness was beginning to enshroud them.

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