Definition of Enclothed
1. enclothe [v] - See also: enclothe
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Literary usage of Enclothed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Masterpieces of Greek Literature: Homer: Tyrtaeus: Archilochus: Callistratus by Clara Hitchcock Seymour (1902)
"... at all 930 With all his rays, nor evermore the moon When she looks through the night. Anear to whom Are the Gorgon sisters three, enclothed with wings, ..."
2. Plays by Albert Ellery Bergh (1900)
"Anear to whom Are the Gorgon sisters three, enclothed with wings, With twisted snakes for ringlets, man-abhorred: There is no mortal gazes in their face And ..."
3. Turkish Literature; Comprising Fables, Belles-lettres and Sacred Traditions by Epiphanius Wilson (1901)
"The violets bent them to a hostile bow, The daisies shot their arrows into air, The stream put on its glittering coat of mail, And stood enclothed in ..."