enshroud : Definition, Usages, News and More

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insh rowd

  • v  cover as if with a shroud

  • The melting rubber clings like tar to the victim's flesh, while flames and searing fumes enshroud him.
  • You read it for the atmosphere, the smoky, urban settings that enshroud his helpless or conscienceless characters.
  • But I do not like the mystery in which you enshroud many of your news items.
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  • 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.
    Feb. 26, 2014 - Voice of America

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