Definition of Enfolds

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enfold) ¹



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Definition of Enfolds

1. enfold [v] - See also: enfold

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enfolds

enfleurage
enfleurages
enflower
enflowered
enflowering
enflowers
enflurane
enfold
enfolded
enfolder
enfolders
enfolding
enfoldingly
enfoldment
enfoldments
enfolds (current term)
enforc't
enforce
enforceability
enforceable
enforced
enforcedly
enforcement
enforcements
enforcer
enforcers
enforces
enforcest
enforceth
enforcible

Literary usage of Enfolds

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1. Outing (1892)
"She looks down upon him and half relents, then spurns him, then recalls, and finally opens wide her arms and enfolds him. The crowd sat all this time in ..."

2. The Theological and Literary Journal (1854)
"This doctrine, if admitted, enfolds his soul in its iron network, and he liberates himself by boldly denying its truth. Conscience is soothed, and he can ..."

3. The Lusiad: Or, The Discovery of India. : An Epic Poem by Luís de Camões, William Julius Mickle (1776)
"... The limpid air enfolds in foft embrace The ponderous orb, and brightens o'er her face. ... enfolds ..."

4. Canal Zone Pilot, Guide to the Republic of Panama: And Classified Business by William C. Haskins, A. Bienkowski (1908)
"Anil to Мн .slimy bosom His hapless .ц'и".! enfolds ! t. Bevond tlif(.'hagn-* River 'Tin said—the story's old--- Are ]>aths that lead to ..."

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