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enswathe

verb en·swathe \in-ˈswäth, -ˈswth, -ˈswāth, en-\

Definition of ENSWATHE

transitive verb
:  to enfold or enclose with or as if with a covering :  swathe

Examples of ENSWATHE

  1. <swelling buds still enswathed in their furry overcoats>

First Known Use of ENSWATHE

1597

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