Origin of wreathe
OTHER WORDS FROM wreathewreather, nounin·ter·wreathe, verb, in·ter·wreathed, in·ter·wreath·ing.
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How to use wreathe in a sentence
There’s also a correlation between how quickly a star rotates and how much activity is in its corona, the shroud of plasma that wreathes the star.These strange radio signals might not be coming from stars|Leto Sapunar|October 14, 2021|Popular-Science
As the band thrashed away in a flame-wreathed venue, concert attendees could be seen dancing and raising devil horns on screens surrounding the stage.Why companies are using virtual concerts to introduce their users to the metaverse|Alexander Lee|September 21, 2021|Digiday
Then it happened — Harrington, wreathed in Druidic smoke, hoisted his guitar above his head and pickaxed his instrument into the guts of the 12-foot mirror, shattering it into oblivion.
As I looked down the property’s main lawn, Opus 40 framed the majestic Overlook Mountain to the west, its peak wreathed in fog.The Hudson Valley’s outdoor art parks make for an alluring pandemic destination|Nevin Martell|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
Ah, "fools and blind," you little know that you are making a garland of imperishable beauty to wreathe around His brow!Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of Matthew|John Monro Gibson
Examples are wreath (with th as in think), but to wreathe (with th as in then); house, but to house (with s pronounced like z).Language|Edward Sapir
Fifty paces below, a column of opal smoke had begun to wreathe and stretch a languid flag.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
Taking out a little cigarette case, she lights a cigarette, and watches the puff's of smoke wreathe shout her and die away.A Bit O' Love (Fourth Series Plays)|John Galsworthy
Most of such words are verbs, so distinguished from their cognate substantives, as wreathe from wreath.