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enwind

play
verb en·wind \in-ˈwīnd, en-\

Definition of enwind

en·wound play \-ˈwau̇nd\ en·wind·ing

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to wind in or about :  enfold



Examples of enwind

  1. <a parcel enwound with red ribbons>



1631

First Known Use of enwind

1631


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