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  • v  enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering
    Fog enveloped the house

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


  • Mike Honda in Guardian Unlimited
    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."
  • Hilary Swank in FOXNews
    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...
  • Bryan Singer in USA Today
    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.

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