Examples of enshroud in a Sentence
the criminal organization uses a strictly enforced vow of silence to enshroud its villainous doings
a dense fog enshrouded the bridge spanning the harbor
Recent Examples of enshroud from the Web
In the 1960s physicist Freeman Dyson postulated that advanced, energy-hungry civilizations might enshroud their home stars in solar collectors—later called Dyson spheres—to absorb practically all of a star's light.
Among the most striking of the computerized tomography findings are the child enshrouded in a bundle previously thought to contain only an adult and the similarity among small figures wrapped with Egyptian and Peruvian dead.
By the peak of winter, when afternoon light shifted too quickly into darkness, Mullin’s team was enshrouded in an 11-game Big East Conference losing streak.
The researchers believe that FRB 121102 could be a young neutron star enshrouded by gas and dust from the preceding supernova explosion.
The moon, which is about the size of Mercury, has long been enshrouded in mystery.
The satellite presentation on Day 6 shows a deeply disconnected system, with the mid- and upper-level vortex completely enshrouded in dry air, and warm sector/warm conveyor/rain corridor displaced hundreds of miles east.
Thomas Mock, a marine microbiologist at the University of East Anglia in the UK and a pioneer in genetically modifying phytoplankton, also points out that dinoflagellate biology is still largely enshrouded in mystery.
James rejected the notion that secrecy has enshrouded the KCI discussion.
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Definition of enshroud for English Language Learners
: to cover (something or someone) in a way that makes seeing or understanding difficult
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