enfold

Part of speech:

Etc. Same as INFOLD, etc.

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Usage examples "enfold":

  1. A mist seems to enfold me, which is already beginning to grow less dense and be gilded by the first rays of the sun, which I cannot yet see. - "The Children of the World", Paul Heyse.
  2. It is not often that sisters have thus to complain, but Basil Bernard knew what love was, and how to enfold his object in an atmosphere of delight. - "Dawn", Mrs. Harriet A. Adams.
  3. I could only stay awake to kneel and reach out the arms of prayer and enfold Pan to my heart for a very few seconds before I vaulted into the four- poster and tumbled into the depths of sleep. - "The Golden Bird", Maria Thompson Daviess.