enshroud enshroud  /ɪnʃ ˈraʊd/


  • (v) cover as if with a shroud



  1. The melting rubber clings like tar to the victim's flesh, while flames and searing fumes enshroud him.
  2. You read it for the atmosphere, the smoky, urban settings that enshroud his helpless or conscienceless characters.
  3. But I do not like the mystery in which you enshroud many of your news items.


  • Pollution in Beijing

    China's capital Beijing, under fire to take effective measures against air pollution, raised its four-tiered alert system to “orange” for the first time on February 21, 2014. Heavy smog was expected to enshroud the city for an indefinite period.
    on February 26, 2014     Source: Voice of America

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