Examples of enfold in a Sentence
The dish is made of vegetables enfolded in a pastry crust.
We watched as darkness enfolded the city.
Recent Examples of enfold from the Web
On the back wall, a pensive woman enfolded in a flowing blue dress sews together a swatch of green fabric that has been ripped in two.
The author draws on this cult of the Virgin to enfold her grandmother in eternal, biblical (rather than geopolitical) time.
One of your toughest jobs as a grandmother is to find ways to enfold your granddaughter's siblings into your world.
One of your toughest jobs as a grandmother is to find ways to enfold your granddaughter’s siblings into your world.
Hockey enfolded the team and the town in its grief almost immediately.
With him, uncanny technical perfection and immaculate control of the music’s long, enfolding lines took precedence.
Indeed, you haven’t truly been hugged until Odell Beckham Jr. has hugged you: The New York Giants wide receiver enfolds you in those long, football-catching arms and doesn’t let go.
And once again, in what’s become a trend in recent years, the game outshined the commerce that enfolded it.
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ENFOLD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enfold for English Language Learners
: to cover (someone or something) completely
: to hold (someone or something) in your arms
ENFOLD Defined for Kids
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