Enveloped [verb]

Definition of Enveloped:

encase, hide

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Sentence/Example of Enveloped:

The motherly woman received the babe instinctively and cast aside the travelling-rug in which he was enveloped.

She therefore yielded enchantingly when he enveloped her, smothered her, stormed her lips, and even pulled her hair.

The outside, also, well polished with sweet oil and stale milk, then enveloped in chamois leather.

A crust of bread and clear air are far preferable to luxuries enveloped in clouds of smoke and heaps of filth.

Soon after the sun appeared above the horizon the distant land was again enveloped in mist.

Mrs. Kerry, enveloped in a woollen dressing-gown, which obviously belonged to the Inspector, came into the room.

At ten o'clock a very thick haze spread over the land and so enveloped it that nothing could be distinguished.

She was enveloped in a sky-blue satin gown, or rather, sort of blouse, ornamented all round with two rows of rich black blond.

Frivolity enveloped the company as with a silken veil, and yet everything moved as politely and as sedately as a minuet.

Mrs. Biggs opened her window cautiously, and thrust out her head, minus her false hair, and enveloped in a cotton nightcap.