Synonyms of 'enfold'
Wood was comfortably enfolded in a woolly dressing-gown.
She wrapped the baby in a blanket.
The church was surrounded by a rusted wrought-iron fence.
The land was enclosed by an eight-foot wire fence.
Egypt is encompassed by the Mediterranean, Sudan, the Red Sea and Libya.
Mist shrouded the outline of the palace.
She swathed her enormous body in thin black fabrics.
the thick black cloud of smoke that enveloped the area
He enfolded her gently in his arms.
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If you clasp someone or something, you hold them tightly in your hands or arms.
Mary clasped the children to her desperately.
If you embrace someone, you put your arms around them and hold them tightly, usually in order to show your love or affection for them. You can also say that two people embrace.
Penelope came forward and embraced her sister.
Thesaurus for enfold from the Collins English Thesaurus
If something enfolds an object or person, they cover, surround , or are wrapped around that object or person.