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
James rejected the notion that secrecy has enshrouded the KCI discussion.
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.
As the car lay on its roof in the right lane, enshrouded in a dirt cloud, a trailing 2017 Honda mistook the cloud for fog and crashed into the left side of the Nissan.
Mr. Abrahamsen enshrouds these lines with gently throbbing, piercing music, though the vocal part often seems to float above pulsing patterns in the orchestra.
The air of mystery that enshrouds worn wonder boy George Stephanopolous stems from confusion over his motives.
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First Known Use of enshroud
Synonymsbelie, blanket, blot out, cloak, conceal, cover, curtain, disguise, 1hide, mask, obscure, occult, paper over, screen, shroud, suppress, veil
Antonymsbare, disclose, display, divulge, expose, reveal, show, uncloak, uncover, unmask, unveil
Related Wordsbury, camouflage, cover (up), smother; gild, gloss (over), varnish, whitewash; becloud, bedim, befog, block, cloud, darken, eclipse, obstruct, occlude, overcast, overshadow, shade
Near Antonymsbring out, present; clarify, illuminate; advertise, air, broadcast, get out, proclaim, publicize, publish, spread
ENSHROUD Defined for English Language Learners
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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