enfold enfold  /ɪn ˈfoʊld/


  • (v) enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering



  1. Sure enough, with dusk beginning to enfold the splendid statues and pillars of the Bernini colonnade, the smoke turned blacker, then gray.
  2. Flails are handed off to newcomers, and the crowd surges to enfold the wounded with scarves that become souvenirs, rendered holy by the blood of living martyrs.
  3. A 2,500-year-old Greek poem extols the power of music to enfold and enlarge Olympic glory.


  • Motorola files patent application for a gaze-detecting wristworn device

    These days, wearable tech is a beast that cannot be stopped, even if we wanted to (we don't). We recently got wind of an application Motorola submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (initially filed in February of 2012 and published today) for an electronic device designed "to enfold about an appendage of a user." While "appendage" could mean a great many things, let's go wild ...
    on August 30, 2013     Source: Engadget


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