Definition of Enswathing

1. Verb. (present participle of enswathe) ¹



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Definition of Enswathing

1. enswathe [v] - See also: enswathe

Lexicographical Neighbors of Enswathing

ensuite
ensuites
ensurance
ensurances
ensure
ensured
ensurer
ensurers
ensures
ensuring
enswathe
enswathed
enswathement
enswathements
enswathes
enswathing (current term)
ensweep
ensweeping
ensweeps
ensweeten
ensweetened
ensweetening
ensweetens
enswell
enswells
enswept
ent-kaurene oxidase
ent-kaurenoic acid 13-hydroxylase
entablature
entablatures

Literary usage of Enswathing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Complete Works of John Lyly by John Lyly (1902)
"... 'The custom of enswathing the leg with long garters was peculiarly indicative of the Italian peasantry, and is still customary with them. ..."

2. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1907)
""But when Love—like a golden sun— warms him with its enswathing beams, light seems to penetrate the very cells of his blood, radiate from his veins, ..."

3. Socialism and the Great State: Essays in Construction by Herbert George Wells (1912)
"... grasping and enswathing it with a memory and foresight, and a tenderness absolutely limitless in its dreams and reaches of intuition. ..."

4. The Andover Review edited by Egbert Coffin Smyth, William Jewett Tucker, John Wesley Churchill, George Harris, Edward Young Hincks (1890)
"... whose ruined homes of the XVIII dynasty were rich in pottery and bronze, and whose Ptolemaic cemetery abounded in papyri enswathing the dead. ..."

5. Tobacco: Its History and Associations; Including an Account of the Plant and by Frederick William Fairholt (1876)
"... processes of the tobacco warehouse, in the incidental mention of the carotte and spun tobaccos. Garotte was formed by enswathing a number of leaves, ..."

6. Quiet Talks on Prayer by Samuel Dickey Gordon (1904)
"Its limits are broad; broad as the home of man; with its enswathing atmosphere added. It touches the inner spirit. It moves in upon the motives, the loves, ..."

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