Definition of 'enfold'
Example sentences containing 'enfold'
Chavasse had one final glimpse of his dark, saturnine face scowling at them over the rail and then the marsh moved in to enfold them.THE KEYS OF HELL (2002) JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
There was a dankness in the air, a smell of creeping poverty which emanated from the beggars and rose to enfold them all.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2002)
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