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enfold

verb

Definition of ENFOLD

1
to surround or cover closely <darkness began to enfold the lonely house on the hill>
Near Antonyms bare, denude, expose, strip
2
to put one's arms around and press tightly <the winner enfolded the huge bouquet of roses in her arms and thanked the judges>

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