Definition of Enclothes

1. enclothe [v] - See also: enclothe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enclothes

encloistered
encloistering
encloisters
enclosable
enclose
enclosed
enclosed space
encloser
enclosers
encloses
enclosing
enclosure
enclosures
enclothe
enclothed
enclothes (current term)
encloud
enclouded
enclouding
enclouds
enclude
encluded
encludes
encluding
enclusion
encoach
encoached
encoaches
encoaching
encodable

Literary usage of Enclothes

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1. Womanhood; Lectures on Woman's Work in the World: Lectures on Woman's Work by Richard Heber Newton (1880)
"... if nothing •worse, enclothes her in a garb, every flaunting line and fold of which compels attention, challenges admiration, suggests desire. ..."

2. A system of biblical psychology, tr. by R.E. Wallis by Franz Julius Delitzsch (1867)
"It is the same heaven and the same earth, but they are nevertheless different, as it is the same body which enclothes us, and yet another. ..."

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