ensconce : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v fix firmly
He ensconced himself in the chair
- It is unfortunate that people without merit have ensconced themselves into the faculty.
- "No wire fence will ensconce us. We will break free." shouted the rabble-rouser passionately.
- The clerics have so ensconced themselves into the politics of the country that the line between politics and religion has become blurred.