Synonyms for enfold
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : en-fohld|
|Phonetic Transcription : ɛnˈfoʊld|
Top 10 synonyms for enfold Other synonyms for the word enfold
Définition of enfoldOrigin :
- also infold, early 15c., from en- (1) "make, put in" + fold. Related: Enfolded; enfolding.
- verb embrace, hug
- "Do you wrap this about you," I urged her, and with my own hands I assisted to enfold her in that mantle.
- Extract from : « The Shame of Motley » by Raphael Sabatini
- The magic of old Venice seemed at that moment to enfold her.
- Extract from : « The Lure of the Mask » by Harold MacGrath
- A melancholy, intense as had been his former ecstacy, began to enfold his spirit.
- Extract from : « The Dragon Painter » by Mary McNeil Fenollosa
- I sprang into her arms that opened to enfold me, and hid my face on her breast.
- Extract from : « Ernest Linwood » by Caroline Lee Hentz
- Only one spoke—she whose cloak had been snatched up to enfold the child.
- Extract from : « Chatterbox, 1906 » by Various
- Again he sought to stay her going, holding out his arms to enfold her.
- Extract from : « The Fifth Queen Crowned » by Ford Madox Ford
- He yearned to enfold all tribes and conditions of men in his encircling arms.
- Extract from : « The Wit of Women » by Kate Sanborn
- She could embrace it in her love, but hers was too large for its little arms to enfold.
- Extract from : « Double Harness » by Anthony Hope
- Sir Francis rose and attempted to enfold her in his embrace.
- Extract from : « Dust » by Julian Hawthorne
- She was weary and spent; a measureless exhaustion seemed to enfold her.
- Extract from : « The Story Of Julia Page » by Kathleen Norris
Antonyms for enfold
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