enwrapped enwrapped


  1. (v) enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering
  2. (adj) giving or marked by complete attention to


  1. Finally, he is content to stay enwrapped.
  2. An enormous blob of flame suddenly enwrapped the bird.
  3. It is disconcerting to find such melodrama enwrapped in slow and pompous language.


  • Bentley signs Caylee's Law in wake of Casey Anthony trial

    Millions of Americans were enwrapped in the saga of a single young mother in Florida and her missing toddler, Caylee, and were outraged when Casey Anthony was not convicted for the death of her child, who was missing for a month before being reported.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Montgomery Advertiser


  • "The words tumble so fast, enwrapped in alliteration, clogged with onomatopoeia, choked with assonance, bursting with bombast, snarled with metaphor, tangled with simile, submerged in verbiage that the bombarded audience (and reviewer at a critics'...
    on Apr 30, 2005 By: Mel Gussow Source: New York Times

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