Synonyms for enshroud

Grammar : Verb
Spell : en-shroud
Phonetic Transcription : ɛnˈʃraʊd

Définition of enshroud

Origin :
  • 1580s, from en- (1) "make, put in" + shroud (n.). Related: Enshrouded; enshrouding.
  • verb cover
Example sentences :
  • It was evidently a weakness of his to enshroud himself in an air of romance and mystery.
  • Extract from : « The Intriguers » by William Le Queux
  • Oblivion will enshroud these gropings after effect, for they are of no interest to the public.
  • Extract from : « Musical Memories » by Camille Saint-Sans
  • There is no chance to enshroud in mystery the ability to command.
  • Extract from : « The Colored Regulars in the United States Army » by T. G. Steward
  • The garment of coldness and of languor which had seemed to enshroud Derry had dropped from him.
  • Extract from : « The Tin Soldier » by Temple Bailey
  • Now, calm and quiet oblivion and the sepulchre should surround and enshroud it forever more.
  • Extract from : « Miriam Monfort » by Catherine A. Warfield
  • In wine-growing countries they enshroud with a time-honored ceremonial the ceremony of drinking wine of quality.
  • Extract from : « A Little Garrison » by Fritz von der Kyrburg
  • Enshroud with ivy, until the roses bloom again, oh Love, the dampened hair of thy poet!
  • Extract from : « The Goose Man » by Jacob Wassermann
  • A rift in the morning mists which enshroud the valley displays the mountain summit bathed in sunshine.
  • Extract from : « Literary Shrines » by Theodore F. Wolfe
  • There is no mystery about such work, except what the detective himself sees fit to enshroud it with.
  • Extract from : « Courts and Criminals » by Arthur Train
  • In fact, in the darkness and confusion that enshroud and mystify the world of duty and award were all his sorrows born.
  • Extract from : « Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits; » by Clark S. Beardslee

Antonyms for enshroud

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