enshroud


en·shroud

verb \in-ˈshrad, en-, especially Southern -ˈsrad\

: to cover (something or someone) in a way that makes seeing or understanding difficult

Full Definition of ENSHROUD

transitive verb
:  to cover or enclose with or as if with a shroud

Examples of ENSHROUD

  1. <the criminal organization uses a strictly enforced vow of silence to enshroud its villainous doings>
  2. <a dense fog enshrouded the bridge spanning the harbor>

First Known Use of ENSHROUD

1583

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