envelop envelop  /ɪn ˈvɛ ləp/


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



  1. An envelope hand-addressed by jailed Panamanian General Manuel Noriega is $350.
  2. When Chambers arrived, he reminded Levine of the envelope.
  3. The edokko , the natives of Tokyo, have a special gift: an ability to push the envelope, to innovate, to pioneer.


  1. There is "Embrace Debate," and there is "Embrace Debate And Let Your Hands Roam Southward Until They

    There is " Embrace Debate ," and there is "Embrace Debate And Let Your Hands Roam Southward Until They Envelop Debate's Buttocks, Kneading Them Roughly, Spanking Them At Irregular Intervals, Stopping Only To Insert Your Entire Fist Into Debate's Anus." This is not the former.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Deadspin

  2. First-class ticket: more legroom, more emissions

    First-class air passengers have a carbon footprint as much as seven times larger than the average passenger's, according to a new study from the World Bank. The study comes as airliners push the envelop of luxurious accommodations, while simultaneously aiming to 'green' their operations. 
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Christian Science Monitor

  3. Historic Burlington City mansion may get second life

    Trees and vines envelop a decaying mansion in Burlington City that once was among the most stately on the Delaware River.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Courier-Post


  1. In a separate statement, Honda called Geren's actions "necessary and long overdue" but added "they do nothing to lift the appearance of cover-up that continues to envelop the Pat Tillman story."
    on Jul 31, 2007 By: Mike Honda Source: Guardian Unlimited

  2. "I don't want to ruin your 'Go ahead, make my day image,' but you have such a huge heart and you envelop all the people around you," Swank told a tearful Eastwood from the podium. "You guided us so brilliantly, while you also, in my humble...
    on Jan 16, 2005 By: Hilary Swank Source: FOXNews

  3. "The magic of Imax 3-D will envelop audiences in the story, enabling them to feel the emotion, drama and suspense in a completely new and unique way," said director Bryan Singer, whose films also include X-Men and The Usual Suspects.
    on Mar 31, 2006 By: Bryan Singer Source: USA Today

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